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
We invite you to the European Week of Active & Healthy Ageing (EWAHA) on 2-6 November, 2020.
All three supporting initiatives, the AAL Programme, EIP on AHA, & JPI MYBL were set up in order to support Europe’s adaptations to an ageing society. The three have collaborated closely in 2019-2020 to unite their efforts. Now, they are putting demographic change more prominently onto Europe’s research and innovation agenda.
Five projects: AgeWellAccounts, CIRCLE, CREW, EMMY and WELTRANSIM presented their (pre)final results at the final seminar. The principal investigators gave a short introduction to the projects by explaining the aim
JPI MYBL organised three different sessions during the European Week of Active & Healthy Ageing (EWAHA). Read the highlights of these sessions here! The decade of ageing– the vision of
The Agenda explains the rationale for the JPI, outlines the key issues and identifies the priority research issues which the JPI aims to address. The establishment of the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) is an important milestone in promoting research on demographic change in Europe. Moreover, it is a first step towards the implementation of joint