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Commission department ‘not engaging on researcher mobility’

Earto says it “has been very difficult” to get a response from Commission’s employment department

The European Commission’s employment department has not engaged with efforts to improve researcher mobility across Europe, according to a group representing research and technology organisations.

The European Association of Research and Technology Organisations said in a position paper it published in July that researcher mobility in Europe has worsened in recent years as a result of EU regulations, and called on the bloc to take measures to cut red tape.

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