Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (CoE) RECOMMENDATION 1541 (2001) – Situation of young scientists in Europe (September 21001; Rapporteur: Mr Wittbrodt Doc. 9185). Reply from the Committee on Ministers; 11 December 2002; Doc. 9642.
In order to maintain and increase European competitiveness on a solid scientific basis and in an ethical environment, governments, particularly those of countries which have experienced important economic and social reforms, are invited to ensure young scientists attractive working conditions and careers through an adequate level of financing. The report proposes to constitute a paneuropean space for young scientists in order to fight the « brain drain ». Regional, pan-European and international cooperation among institutions of higher education and research and industry, and short-term and long-term mobility schemes, should also be promoted to improve the research capacity and foster excellence among young scientists.
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