ESRIF European Security Research and Innovation Forum.
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The European Security Research and Innovation Forum (ESRIF) established in September 2007, is an informal and voluntary group of experts coming from the demand and supply side of security technologies and solutions as well as from societal organizations.
FP7 Security Theme
Various national programmes
New Commission Communication announced
“Fostering Public-Private Dialogue in Security Research and Innovation”(Sept 2007)
“European Security Research: The Next Steps” (Sept 2004)
ESRAB report “Meeting the challenge: the European Security Research Agenda”(Oct 2006)
GoP report “Research for a secure Europe” (March 2004)
ESRIF has been tasked with developing a ‘Joint Security Research and Innovation Agenda’ for Europe: a strategic roadmap for security research and related measures that will bring greater coherence and efficiency to the sector, while promoting innovation. Specifically ESRIF addresses:
Place and Time
Foresight and scenarios
Innovation, industry & technology base, and market issues
Security of the citizens, counter terrorism,organised crime
Situation awareness & the role of space
Governance & coordination
Human and societal dynamics of security
Security of critical infra-structures
Identification of people & assets
Working groups on special challenges across the political missions
Working groups concerning horizontal issues
Working groups along political missions & thematic areas
Place and Time
In line with the European Security Strategy and based on an assessment of relevant policy documents, ESRIF perceives a broad spectrum of threats and risks to European security. This includes:
Not all of these are necessarily linked to the EU’s territory, but due to their interdependences and consequences they might still affect the security of Europe’s citizens. Special risks arise from the increasing complexity of modern societies and the growing interdependence of economic and technological systems.ESRIF’s task is to present by the end of 2009 a widely-shared perspective on European securityresearch needs and priorities.
SE: National Security Technology Research and Innovation Program
FI: Technology Programme on Safety and Security
NL: R&D Programme on Security, Safety and Technology
DE: Research for Civil Security
UK: Security and Counter-Terrorism Science and Innovation Strategy
FR: Research Programme CSOSG - Concepts, Systèmes et Outils pour la Sécurité Globale - (National Research Agency ANR)
AT: KIRAS – The Austrian Security Research Programme
Another step in growing a stronger partnership between the EU and Turkey – Turkey’s contribution to the ESRIF Project.
Congratulations to Mr. Seyit Demirci, Head of Department, Directorate General for Security, Ministry of Interior, for representing Turkey in the ESRIF Project.