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3rd Newsletter (SI)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (SP)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (SE)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (NL)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (GR)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (FR)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (CZ)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (CY)
Newsletter
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Slovenian
Good practices
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (EN)
Newsletter
Last Newsletter of our project is out now
Health Innovation Procurement
Innovation policies
This brochure provides an overview of EU funded innovation procurement projects in the ICT domain, including health projects based on independent living
Final Brochure of INNOVAge
Active Ageing
Compendium of Actions and results of INNOVAge Project
Evaluation Report of the EY2012 by European Commision
Active Ageing
European Commision has released the evaluation report of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 (EY2012). All the documents can be download clicking on the picture
Dementia-friendly technology
Good practices
This report provides several case studies and practices on how techonology helps people with dementia, and also gives a brief explanation on how affects this disease.
Making our Communities Ready for Ageing
Active Ageing
A forecast from ILC-UK and Age UK with recommendations aimed to promote the need for policy makers, journalists and opinion formers to better understand the evidence and to focus on solutions to ensure communities are ready for ageing.
Flyer Final Conference joint CASA and Innovage
Active Ageing
Access Cities
Good practices
Guidance of several initiatives across several European cities that can inspire other cities to improve their policy and activities in the field of accessibility, especially in the context of demographic ageing. You will find in the brochure attached detailed information about innovative projects, funding and contact information of each winning city in the last edition of the Access City Award.
Spanish report for the conceptual framework on innovative, effective, sustainable and transferable strategies to enhance the extension of working life and lifelong learning.
Good practices
This report, developed within MOPACT Project (Mobilising the potential of active ageing in Europe), aims to find out standards for identifying and assessing “good practice” in innovative, effective, sustainable and transferable strategies in age-related employment and (vocational) lifelong learning as well as identifying respective push- and pull-factors of influence.
2030 vision: The best and worst futures for older people in the uk
Good practices
This document shows a forecasting about the future for older people in the UK. It collects their hopes and concerns, contributions from professionals and several good practices in this sense.
Good practices of palliative care for older people from the WHO European Region
Good practices
This publication provides examples of better palliative care practices that range from a whole health system perspective down to individual examples of better education or support in the community and elsewhere. While some examples remain to be fully evaluated, they will nevertheless help policy-makers, decision-makers, planners and multidisciplinary professionals to plan and support the most appropriate and effective services for the care and quality of life of older people.

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Health Innovation Procurement
Innovation policies
This brochure provides an overview of EU funded innovation procurement projects in the ICT domain, including health projects based on independent living
Thematic Programme Capitalisation on Eco-Innovation
Innovation policies
A report from Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC focus in the deployment of innovation policies and good practices in eco-innovation, that faces the enviromental and economic challenges in Europe, with the aim to improve sustainability.
Co- development of Science and Technology at a National Level and the Use of European Funding Instruments
Innovation policies
This document aims to show what the European countries’ capabilities are in terms of science and technology, to what extent there is a co- development of scientific and technological fields of expertise at a country level, and to what extent these capabilities, separately or jointly, are reflected in the countries' participation in the 7th Framework Programme.
State of the Innovation Union 2011
Innovation policies
Innovation Union 1, a flagship initiative under the Europe 2020 strategy, is an integrated innovation strategy built around 34 specific commitments. Based on a broad concept of innovation, encompassing the private, public and third 2 sectors, it aims at ensuring that innovative ideas are translated into new goods and services that create growth and jobs.
European Commission’s guide on application of “habitual residence”
Innovation policies
This Guide is intended to provide, at the various practical and administrative levels involved in implementing specific Community provisions, a valid working instrument to assist institutions, employers and citizens in the area of determining which Member State’s legislation should apply in given circumstances.
Thematic Programme Capitalisation on Demographic Change
Innovation policies
On November 27th a second workshop on Demographic Change was organised within the framework of the Thematic Programme Capitalisation initiative of the Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC. The workshop took place at the Committee of the Regions in Brussels and content-related partners from the core INTERREG IVC Projects on Demographic change were invited. Represented projects were: PADIMA, DART, CREATOR, CASA and INN.O.V.Age. This is the report of the Workshop.
Traceability in Healthcare Innovation Maintaining the Relations Between Needs and Solutions
Innovation policies
Thesis developed by Madelene Larsson from BTH on 2013. Today knowledge about requirement processes and traceability is fragmented, and often more based on ideal models than on practical, real life experiences. The aim of this work is therefore to understand how traceability is managed and how it can be improved.
Étude : L’évolution des transferts entre les générations en France depuis trente ans : une autre lecture du ratio de dépendance
Innovation policies
Cette étude, réalisée à la demande du Commissariat général à la stratégie et à la prospective et attribuée sur appel d’offres, propose un panorama complet des transferts entre les générations en France sur un horizon de trente ans. Elle a été réalisée par une équipe d’une dizaine de chercheurs membres de la Chaire transitions économiques, transitions démographiques. La direction de l’étude a été assurée par Hippolyte d’Albis, professeur à l’université Paris-I. Les transferts entre les générations désignent, au sens large, la redistribution des ressources produites par les individus d’âge actif aux individus “dépendants” (enfants et retraités). Beaucoup de transferts dépendent de l’âge (retraite, éducation, temps de soins aux enfants, etc.). Or l’allongement de l’espérance de vie a modifié les structures par âge de la population et les rapports entre les générations. Cela questionne à la fois la soutenabilité financière de notre système de protection sociale, le rôle des familles comme pourvoyeur de solidarité et la place du marché comme opérateur de transferts de risques et de revenus (logiques assurantielles). L’évolution de la composition des transferts (salaires, retraites, revenus du capital, cotisations et taxes, épargne, etc.) par âge et dans le temps permet de mieux comprendre la dynamique des dépenses publiques et, in fine, nous renseigne sur l’évolution du modèle social français. L’analyse qui a été réalisée repose sur une méthodologie originale, celle des Comptes de transferts nationaux (National Transfer Accounts ou NTA), qui aujourd’hui fait référence sur le plan international.
First edition of the European social statistics pocketbook
Innovation policies
This publication provides a comparative overview of the social statistics available in the EU Member States and the Candidate Countries and includes a description of the social field through a selection of indicators presented in tables and graphs and commented.
The Patients’ involvement in health policies in Europe
Innovation policies
Despite the rise of health consumer and patients' organizations (HCPOs) in modern healthcare systems, studies are few and far between. In particular there is a lack of comparative research across Europe and at the pan-European level. In an effort to address this gap, an experts workshop funded by the European Science Foundation has been held in Vienna in February 2006 and has seen the participation of 22 delegates from 10 European countries (Baggott, Forster, 2008).
Strengthening the democratic legitimacy of the european semester
Innovation policies
This document presents a set of non-comprehensive proposals for alternative Country-Specific Recommendations. Whilst it does not pretend to give an all-encompassing input into this year’s European Semester, it does provide a strong signal to European decision-makers that civil society stands ready to engage in this process, to provide alternative analysis and proposals to help the EU deliver on its broader social and sustainable objectives and gender equality.
Strengthening the democratic legitimacy of the european semester
Innovation policies
This document presents a set of non-comprehensive proposals for alternative Country-Specific Recommendations. Whilst it does not pretend to give an all-encompassing input into this year’s European Semester, it does provide a strong signal to European decision-makers that civil society stands ready to engage in this process, to provide alternative analysis and proposals to help the EU deliver on its broader social and sustainable objectives and gender equality.
Innovation Union Scoreboard 2013
Innovation policies
Innovation performance in the EU has improved year on year in spite of the continuing economic crisis, but the innovation divide between Member States is widening. While the most innovative countries have further improved their performance, others have shown a lack of progress. The overall ranking within the EU remains relatively stable, with Sweden at the top, followed by Germany, Denmark and Finland. Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia are the countries that have most improved since last year. Drivers of innovation growth in the EU include SMEs and the commercialisation of innovations, together with excellent research systems. However the fall in business and venture capital investment over the years 2008-2012 has negatively influenced innovation performance.
Polo ICT. Bridge enabling competitiveness. Annuario 2012
Innovation policies
The main aims of the “Polo ICT” are to orientate regional companies to promising developments, to concretize ideas of innovative projects, to promote networking throughout meetings and new partnerships and to create synergies with the innovation hub of Piamonte. This yearbook shows the results achieved by the Polo ICT during the last three years. (Document in italian)
Report on the workshop Demographic Change
Innovation policies
Within the framework of the Thematic Programme Capitalisation initiative of the Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC a targeted thematic workshop on Demographic Change was organised on the 7th of November. The workshop took place in Brussels and regions participating in the INTERREG IVC Projects were invited, and in addition EU experts in the thematic field of demographic change. 16 project partners from 7 different Interreg IV C projects participated in the workshop. The document attached is the report of this workshop
The Eco- innovation Action Plan (Eco-AP
Innovation policies
Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on the ‘Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions: Innovation for a Sustainable Future — The Eco-innovation Action Plan (Eco-AP)’ COM(2011) 899 final (2012/C 351/14)
In the elderly care sector: at the edge of chaos
Innovation policies
Research report about the challenges of the healthcare sector and more in particular in the elderly care sector.
Aging, Health and Innovation
Innovation policies
Policy reforms to enable healthy and active aging in OECD
How can local authorities with less money support better outcomes for older people?
Innovation policies
Lessons for policy and practice about how can the life experiences of older people be enhanced whilst at the same time achieving less demand for more costly health and social care services
Research Driven Clusters, overview on RDC policies, methods of characterization and examples of best practices
Innovation policies
Report providing a set of recommendations needed in order to develop and sustain successful RDCs, and proposing measures addressed to the three policy levels: EU, national and regional.

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GUIDELINES FOR THE PLANNING OF HOUSES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS. From the senior citizens' needs, orientation for the construction and restructuring of homes for every age.
Eco-independence
The subject of the present volume has been developed in the course of the European Project Interreg III C ( Projects for European Interregional cooperation between public entities and equivalent institutions - April 2005/September 2007). The project Wel_Hops welfare housing policies for senior citizens, or housing welfare solutions for senior citizens, has involved institutes from 5 countries: The Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona University (Sweden); Brighton & Hove City Council (The United Kingdom); FAMCP - Aragonese Federation of the city council and province of Saragozza (Spain); the Municipality of Gyor . Hungary (a new member of the European Union) and ERVET - Emilia- Romagna Territorial Economic Development (Italy) which was responsible for guiding the other partners in the project.
Rethink investment in homes - new publication on the benefits of investing in housing in times of crisis
Eco-independence
This publication brings together a series of information, figures, case studies from different EU countries and even beyond which reinforce the idea that affordable housing is one of the best areas for governments to invest in. Not only because it has direct effects on the living conditions of low-income households but also because it helps save costs on many other areas, ranging from health, employment to social inclusion and education.
A social work study on characteristics of institutionalized elderly versus nursing home residents
Eco-independence
This paper presents a social work study to investigate depression and mental ability among elderly people who live in institutional elderly versus nursing home residents. The study designs a questionnaire and distributes it among 345 elderly people who live on both places. The study uses Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS) test where mental ability contains seven factors including “general information”, “orientation”, “mind ontrol”, “logical memory” and “repeated igures”, “visual memory” and “learn association”. We have performed some statistical tests and the results show that there is not any meaningful difference between two groups of people in terms of mental utilization when the level of significance is five percent. However, in terms of seven scales, there are some meaningful differences on “general information” and “visual memory” between two groups. The study also shows that there is a meaningful difference between two groups of people in terms of “depression level” when the level of significance is five percent.
Wireless smart home for the elderly unveiled
Eco-independence
Information about a project where a flat has been set up as a two year pilot to assess how the technology helps people being more independent, reducing the risk of users being readmitted to hospital or going into long term care
A smart home to avoid the nursing home
Eco-independence
News about existing researches to develop systems that could be installed in homes to monitor the occupants' health or provide unobtrusive memory aids
Smart technologies for older people
Eco-independence
A systematic literature review of smart technologies that promote health and wellbeing of older people living at home
Designing acceptable ‘smart’ home technology to support people in the home.
Eco-independence
Main aspects and questions that are required to be asked by any designer of residences that include technology designed to support the lives of disabled people.
Resource-efficient construction
Eco-independence
The role of Eco-Innovation for the construction sector in Europe
The Soprano Project: Service-oriented Programmable Smart Environments for Older People
Eco-independence
The project is developing supportive environments for older people based on the concept of “ambient assisted living,” using information and communication technologies (ICTs) to enable older people to live independently in their own homes.
CompanionAble: Integrated Cognitive Assistive and Domotic Companion Robotic System for Ability & Security
Eco-independence
Presentation of the CompanionAble Project (funded by AAL) where a robotic companion named 'Hector' and intelligent home environment will aid elderly people to live richer and more independent lives
The development of social well-being in new extra care housing schemes
Eco-independence
Research report about the development of social well-being for older people moving into 15 new-build extra care housing schemes
Smart home services development, provisioning and management framework
Eco-independence
Paper presenting the distributed service development and provisioning framework, which is designed to develop, provide, monitor and control various types of existing and future Smart Home applications and services
Final Brochure of INNOVAge
Active Ageing
Compendium of Actions and results of INNOVAge Project
Evaluation Report of the EY2012 by European Commision
Active Ageing
European Commision has released the evaluation report of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 (EY2012). All the documents can be download clicking on the picture
Making our Communities Ready for Ageing
Active Ageing
A forecast from ILC-UK and Age UK with recommendations aimed to promote the need for policy makers, journalists and opinion formers to better understand the evidence and to focus on solutions to ensure communities are ready for ageing.
Flyer Final Conference joint CASA and Innovage
Active Ageing
Report on ICT, housing and mobility
Active Ageing
It is the firts report of MOPACT, a four year project funded by the European Commision, within Horizon 2020 Program. MOPACT mainly aims to develop three areas: ICT, housing and mobility, to benefit wellness and active ageing. The report analyses potential impact and barriers related to the mentioned three areas, and how they can help to ensure social inclusion of older people and increase their wellbeing.
The Ageing Report 2012
Active Ageing
The fourth edition Ageing Report , an economic and budgetary projection for the EU27 Member States (2010-2060) prepared by the European Commission (DG ECFIN) and the Economic Policy Committee (AWG), shows new population and demographic data collected by Eurostat and also analysis economic and budgetary implications of ageing by 2012.
Benchmarking Deployment of eHealth among General Practitioners 2013
Active Ageing
The study was carried out with the objectives of: a) measuring the level of availability and use of eHealth in primary care; b) examining what drives or hampers the overall level of eHealth adoption. Besides basic ICT information and infrastructures, the key pillars of eHealth that have been measured include: Electronic Health Record (EHR), Health Information Exchange (HIE), TeleHealth, and Personal Health Record (PHR).
AALJP guidelines and toolbox for the integration of end users
Active Ageing
This document helps research projects close the gap between technical and financial requirements as well as user needs. It provides AAL projects with valuable information on basic user requirements, the daily lives of seniors, as well as on elderly people’s self-perceptions and core values. In short, this document provides a key piece of the successful AAL solutions puzzle.
Eurofound report on Quality of life in Europe: Social inequalities
Active Ageing
This report uses data from the European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) to examine social inequalities in quality of life in the European Union. Four critical domains of life are examined: health, standard of living, productive and valued activities, and individual, family and social life
A PSS-based process: Towards the participation of elderly in co-development of sustainable habitat solutions
Active Ageing
Thesis developed by Itziar López from BTH on 2013. This thesis explores the case of Cooperative Housing for elderly in Sweden, a concept that promotes the participation of elderly in the design of their habitats.
Green Paper CE-Ageing Strategy
Active Ageing
Based on the CE-Ageing Vision, the CE-Ageing Platform identified existing potentials, established recommendations for policy change and now presents the CE-Ageing Strategy as green paper to the public.
Eldercare Services - Lessons from a European Comparison
Active Ageing
The demographic change is increasing the demand for eldercare services in Europe. At the same time, this sector shows an enormous growth potential in terms of employment. The major challenge European countries face in this con text is to provide the elderly with high - quality need - based supportive services. This can only be achieved successfully if the basic structural conditions are set in the right way. If the bulk of these services is to be provided by the formal sector, more jobs can be created and, at the same time, more households can be relieved of informal services. This paper therefore focuses upon the efforts to professionalized eldercare services in the formal sector, which requires effective organisational structures, qualification and quality standards and a proper financing.
Knowledge translation framework for ageing and health
Active Ageing
The objective of the document is to assist policy- and decision -makers in integrating evidence-based approaches to ageing in national health policy development processes, specific policies or programmes addressing older population needs and other health programmes concerned with such issues as HIV, reproductive health, chronic diseases.
Active and Healthy Ageing - For you & with you
Active Ageing
“Active and Healthy Ageing - For you & with you” is a new brochure published by the European Commission to highlight the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow related to demographic ageing in Europe. Prepared by the Directorate-General Communication Networks, Content & Technology, within the Digital Agenda for Europe strategy, the brochure presents a selection of EU-funded IT solutions developed to improve the health and quality of live of seniors.
Social Agenda 29 - Ageing society - Time for action
Active Ageing
2012 being the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations, Social Agenda issue 29 devotes a special feature to this event. This issue also presents key policy documents which the European Commission recently adopted, on how to concretely achieve a job-rich recovery, keep pensions adequate, safe and sustainable, and anticipate and prepare company restructuring. Further subjects include an EU-funded project on how to boost inclusive entrepreneurship, a cross-border social security coordination project and the social dimension of the Europe 2020 Strategy. On top of regular items, this issue features an interview with Lieve Fransen, European Commission Director for Social Policies and Europe 2020. Social Agenda is available in English, French and German.
One Step Up in later life: learning for active ageing and intergenerational solidarity
Active Ageing
The European Commission has published a statement calling on authorities and organisations in Member States to do more to promote the benefits of lifelong learning, active ageing and intergenerational solidarity. These are the Conference Memorandum Key messages from the conference workshops summarized by Prof. Stephen McNair.
Active aging makes the difference
Active Ageing
Paper about the importance of active aging for optimizing opportunities for physical, social and mental well-being throughout the life course in order to extend healthy life expectancy
Elderly people who use internet are less likely to get depressed
Active Ageing
How the use of internet and social networks helps elderly people to keep in touch with the society
GOLDEN workers Project: Needs and Trends Analysis Report
Active Ageing
Overview of ageing at work and information and communication technologies (ICT) with the purpose of providing a detail review of all the aspects of this phenomenon.
Best Practice in age and Employment Guides in 4 areas: Employers, Lobbying and Campaigning, Unemployed Seniors plus a Training guide
Active Ageing
Guides conceived to help organizations and individuals themselves to understand the current situation facing older working age people (50 to State Retirement Age+) in employment and training.

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GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Slovenian
Good practices
Dementia-friendly technology
Good practices
This report provides several case studies and practices on how techonology helps people with dementia, and also gives a brief explanation on how affects this disease.
Access Cities
Good practices
Guidance of several initiatives across several European cities that can inspire other cities to improve their policy and activities in the field of accessibility, especially in the context of demographic ageing. You will find in the brochure attached detailed information about innovative projects, funding and contact information of each winning city in the last edition of the Access City Award.
Spanish report for the conceptual framework on innovative, effective, sustainable and transferable strategies to enhance the extension of working life and lifelong learning.
Good practices
This report, developed within MOPACT Project (Mobilising the potential of active ageing in Europe), aims to find out standards for identifying and assessing “good practice” in innovative, effective, sustainable and transferable strategies in age-related employment and (vocational) lifelong learning as well as identifying respective push- and pull-factors of influence.
2030 vision: The best and worst futures for older people in the uk
Good practices
This document shows a forecasting about the future for older people in the UK. It collects their hopes and concerns, contributions from professionals and several good practices in this sense.
Good practices of palliative care for older people from the WHO European Region
Good practices
This publication provides examples of better palliative care practices that range from a whole health system perspective down to individual examples of better education or support in the community and elsewhere. While some examples remain to be fully evaluated, they will nevertheless help policy-makers, decision-makers, planners and multidisciplinary professionals to plan and support the most appropriate and effective services for the care and quality of life of older people.
“Guidelines on involving older people in social innovation development”
Good practices
A compendium of recommendations for involvement of older people in the planning, development and implementation of social innovations, new ideas, meeting social needs and creating new relationships or collaboration in Europe.
ICT for ageing well: Listen to what older person thinks!
Good practices
This publication presents the outcomes of a study carried out in the frame of Home Sweet Home project, which is funded by the European Commission Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP). It aims at cast light on barriers and encourages to the acceptance of new technologies that are launched to empower older persons live independently and control better their health.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Swedish
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Lithuanian
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Italian
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Greek
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - French
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Finnish
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Spanish
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Dutch
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - Czech
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society
GP Catalogue of INNOVAGE project - English
Good practices
This Good Practice Catalogue in several languages contains detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.
INNOVAGE Cross SWOT Analysis Report
Good practices
The analysis identified important areas of activity for the next stage of the project such as the training and mentoring scheme and makes recommendations for policy makers, for cluster development and for future actions
Good Practices Catalogue. INNOVAGE project
Good practices
The Good Practice Catalogue contain detailed information on the excellent experiences identified by the INNOVAge partners across the EU as examples of research&innovation driven cluster model in response to a societal challenge, an ageing society.

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3rd Newsletter (SI)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (SP)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (SE)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (NL)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (GR)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (FR)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (CZ)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (CY)
Newsletter
3rd Newsletter of INNOVAge (EN)
Newsletter
Last Newsletter of our project is out now
NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - SWEDISH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - SPANISH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - SLOVENIAN
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - POLISH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - LITHUANIAN
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - DUTCH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - CZECH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - CYPRIOTE
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - FRENCH
Newsletter
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NEWSLETTER Nº1. INNOVAGE PROJECT - ITALIAN
Newsletter
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2nd Newsletter of INNOVAGE project
Newsletter
Find attached the Newsletter nº2 of INNOVAGE. This project focuses on ageing, development of innovation policies to drive regional competitiveness linking ageing with eco-independent living. If YOU want to receive the Newsletter just email to proyectos4@intras.es

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