Agenda of the Research Working Party and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party, 14 March

March 11, 2005

Brussels, 10 Mar 2005

Full text of Document 893/05

Research Working Party

1. International science and technological cooperation
- information from the Commission

2. Human resources in science and technology:
- European researchers' charter
- Code of conduct for recruiting researchers
= presentation by the Commission and exchange of views
(docs. to follow)

3. Security research
- information from the Commission

4. Commission staff working document: "Women and Science"
- continuation of discussion

Joint Working Party

5. Proposal for amending Council Decision setting up the consultative committee for the fusion research
- examination of Commission proposal
doc. 7031/05 RECH 48 ATO 32

6. A.O.B.

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