Lead organization: European Commission / European External Action Service EEAS
funded by: EU Foreign Policy Instrument FPI
This Knowledge Hub on key Asia-Pacific issues and trends was exclusively created for decision-makers at the European Commission’s European External Action Service; and commissioned by the Foreign Policy Instrument FPI.
knowledge space for curated studies, analyses, imported news, etc.
editorial tool and work-flows for internal content production: commissioned studies written by team of experts
modular, highly visual landing page, to be easily adapted
personalized reading lists and newsletters, according to individual user preferences
editorial reading lists and newsletters, created by Hub team
map with hotspots in Asia-Pacific and related dossiers written by team of experts
Expert Directory of global academics, partners and institutions
Calendar with internal and external dates
overall connected data structure: highly flexible and expandable data architecture
content strategy consulting, concept development
instant prototyping, software implementation
design and design implementation
project management, agile
site hosting and maintenance
ongoing user and tech support
migration from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8, incl. consolidation of contents and features
Project: knowledge hub with public page and internal collaborative research area
Lead organization: FU Berlin
funded by: German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
From 2010 until 2015, the NFG completed a major project dealing with “External views on the EU as a Civilian Power – India and China in Comparison”. The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within its initiative “Europa von Außen gesehen” (External Views of Europe). It was an Associated Project of the KFG Research College “The Transformative Power of Europe” at the Otto-Suhr-Institute of Freie Universität Berlin.
The NFG research fellows formed binational teams that combined interdisciplinary backgrounds with professional experience in policy and academia. They all used the internal working area for research collaboration, including the use of a jointly created bibliography, for instance.
internal collaborative area for international researcher team and public page