Joint Programming is a new approach to foster collaboration and coordination in R&D in Europe. It is a member-states driven activity. The Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) “More Years, Better Lives – The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change” seeks to enhance coordination and collaboration between European and national research programmes related to demographic change. Areas
Fast Track projects can be Thematic Working Group or workshops to prepare the themes of joint actions (e.g. calls). The JPI has already initiated two Fast Track projects: the first one focused on available data sources (Fast Track Data Project) and another one related to Understanding employment participation of older workers.
First Call: Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond 2 June 2015, JPI MYBL closed its first call for proposals with 41 proposals. The call launched on April 1st 2015. The aim of was to support innovative and interdisciplinary research into the drivers to, and constraints on, extending working life. The
Demographic change is one of the great societal challenges that the European states currently face. Due to the great significance of this topic 14 European states and Canada have entered the Joint Programming Initiative “More Years, Better Lives - The Potentials and Challenges of Demographic Change (JPI MYBL)”. The overall aim of this initiative is
- The call invites proposals for funding research into one or more of four broad topics: Modern work factors Longer working life & Inequality Health challenges Caring r
- We would like to welcome Denice Moi Thuk Shung as the new contact person of the secretariat of the JPI “More Years, Better Lives”! Since March 2015 ZonMW succeeds...