CONTROLLING

Cornerstones of the support relationship



The communication process between you as project manager and us as grant-making agency will not end with the awarding of funding, but will continue as a defined support relationship. The framework is the specific project assistance defined in a support agreement. Of central importance is the reporting process linked to project stages. This comprises the interim and final reports for the internal foundation controls and the public reports on the Gebert Rüf Stiftung website.

Presentation of your project on the GRS web


Sanctions in accordance with the support agreement art. 1 and 14

Non-scientific communication


Media training courses
The project manager, or a project team member appointed by him/her, commits to participate in a one-off intensive further training event.
There are various media training courses available in German, French and English. These are offered several times a year in cooperation with the Swiss School of Journalism (MAZ) and the Swiss National Science Foundation in Lucerne and Olten.
Under the support agreement, Gebert Rüf Stiftung will cover the full course costs for one person per project. When enrolling for the course, indicate ”Gebert Rüf Stiftung project” and the project number.

MAZ media courses

German: Camera training (1 day); writing training (1 day or 4 half-days); combined writing/camera training (2 days)
English: Camera training (1 day); from June 2017 combined writing/camera training (2 days)
Information/enrolment

SNSF media courses
German: Camera training (1 day), writing training (2 days)
Informationen/Anmeldung
French: Camera training (1 day), writing training (2 days)
Informations/inscription
School visit: project workshop
In accordance with Art. 4 of the support agreement, the project management undertakes to regard non-scientific, i.e. public, communication as part of the scientific project work and to act accordingly. In addition to public relations work directed at the media and others, two clearly defined commitments are to be met:

Interim report


Interim reports must be submitted in accordance with the following guidelines.
Update of your project presentation for the GRS website

Project conclusion and debriefing


The project is formally concluded with a closing meeting. The meeting examines whether both parties adhered to the support agreement and analyses the knowledge gained as a result of the grant-making relationship and the project with regard to content and strategy. Final update of your project presentation for the GRS website

Mentioning Gebert Rüf Stiftung


Sanctions in accordance with the support agreement art. 20 our project partnership should be mentioned wherever appropriate.
Logos and other matters

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controlling de projets

Project presentation on the web

All projects supported by Gebert Rüf Stiftung are publicized on this website. You, as the project manager, are responsible for the information. Update the information periodically.
Projectdatabase (German)