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With the emergence of new instruments resulting from the technological revolution, computing has ceased to be the exclusive competence of specialists and has become much more directly involved with the end user. The middle and upper management can not, on the one hand, use tools that enhance their working capacity and become an indispensable management tool. Designed for students with learning difficulties, this new training area presents the ideal solution for students who wish to value themselves professionally by mastering personal productivity tools as well as the Internet and the latest technologies that underpin the new digital economy.
With the emergence of new instruments resulting from the technological revolution, computing has ceased to be the exclusive competence of specialists and has become much more directly involved with the end user. The middle and upper management can not, on the one hand, use tools that enhance their working capacity and become an indispensable management tool. Designed for students with learning difficulties, this new training area presents the ideal solution for students who wish to value themselves professionally by mastering personal productivity tools as well as the Internet and the latest technologies that underpin the new digital economy.
Submitted by: YURI PONZANI, 17/03/2019
UIA – Objectives Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) is an Initiative of the European Union that provides urban areas throughout Europe with resources to test new and unproven solutions to address urban challenges. Key elements are: An Eligible Applicant is an urban authority of more than 50.000 inhabitants, or a grouping of urban authorities with a total population of a least 50.000 inhabitants, located in one of the EU Member States. However, given the complexity of the urban challenges, urban authorities can’t act alone. In order to design and implement effective and innovative solutions, they need to involve all the key stakeholders that can bring expertise and knowledge on the specific policy issue to be addressed. These include agencies, organizations, private sector, research institutions, NGOs. UIA co-finances 80% of project’s activities and can provide with up to EUR 5 million to projects thatare:Innovative (project that has never been implemented anywhere else in Europe
Submitted by: Khoji Wesselius, 13/03/2020
Regional and municipal authorities decide upon policies empowering communities in rural areas and medium sized cities. Recent research (Skerrat et al; SRUC 2018) demonstrates that these policies can fail to address specific target groups. Also 'lived experience data' is insufficiently represented in monitoring outcome of named policies. Ergo, the policy learning is incomplete for next level implementation. Evidence based experience proved application of low threshold instruments/methods to be a success in the framework of ECoC Leeuwarden-Fryslan 2018. With these methods/instruments the region reinforced community resillience, boosted social innovation and advanced quadruple helix cooperation. Similar approaches may prove to be key for other European regional authorities when reaching out to peripheral areas or localities. This peer review will design a multi-regional testing facility for an enhanced mission based policy.
A new business model for rental housing for the elderly Many older people live alone, but would like to accompany their daily lives. On the other hand, relatives may be concerned about the well-being and well-being of the elderly. Service housing would seem like a hassle-free solution, but for many, the cost of service housing is overwhelming. Older people lack a safe and affordable housing option that would bring joy and well-being to people's lives. WHAT IS SENIOR CELL ™ HOME? The SenioriSolu ™ Homes concept is a new rental housing model that aims to secure and enhance the housing and well-being of the aging population. SenioriSolu ™ Homes provides high quality housing at no exorbitant cost. In practice, SenioriSolu ™ Homes provides communal rental housing in standard apartment buildings. The apartments are designed to be accessible to provide a safe and meaningful home for as long as possible. The cost of the services needed around the home are shared between tenants.
Submitted by: Elena Badeanschi, 20/03/2018
Reigniting economic and social participation in territorial development of peripheral areas by designing and experimenting new economic and organizational model table to meet the needs of underserved communities in a sustainable and profitable way, The model focuses on a new way of collaboration between public and third sectors in order to meet the needs of underserved communities in a sustainable and profitable way, The use of the model will allow to create new jos for comunity manager, to create profitable markets for service providers and to stimulate community engagement in territorial development policies . Exchanging knowledge within partnership between territories with similar problems in order to provide mutual benefit in identifying and promoting activities managed th the new economic model. The comparison will bring about experimental pilot actions which can be used for their replicability as models for policy recommendations to benefit European social cohesion.
Identify through an interregional cooperation project policy instruments through regional Growth & Jobs programme and Regional Development programmes for the support of the implementation of holistic energy investments. These investment proposals will be resulted through a quadruple helix design/decision making model (i.e. public organizations, research community, private sector-industry and people) and will solely or partly involve as resources’ providers and/or shareholders and/or energy final consumers regional/local collective bodies (i.e. biomass associations, energy cooperatives, local communities, etc.). Investments with the above characteristics have multiple impacts on regional development, sustainable growth, job creation and equality of opportunities, since they will contribute to the revitalization of local economies.
Submitted by: Chrysavgi Sengi, 03/03/2017
LEADER Local Development Strategy (LDS) was designed through a bottom-up approach and implement by ANKA. In the Regional Unit of Karditsa has developed a “Local Ecosystem of Social Enterprises (SE)”. The main pillars of it are: 1) The “Collaboration Incubator” is providing Business Development Support (BDS) Services to the local SE, building their investment readiness capacity. Incubator provides a «Certificate of the Investment Readiness» to the social enterprises, which are ready to implement their business plans. 2) Given this Certificate, the Cooperative Bank of Karditsa provides loans or guarantees to the SE. 3) After the implementation of their business plans, the SE stay in the Ecosystem, contributing to the training and the networking of the new SE. Our target is to improve the procedures and the relationships between the stakeholders of the “Local Ecosystem of SE”, in order to improve the planning and the implementation of the LDS progamme, maximizing its impact.
Submitted by: Maja Grcic, 01/03/2016
Stint is a solar electrical vehicle, original designed for transportation of children, maturing into a efficient, cheap, sustainable multipurpose alternative for motorized vehicles.
Submitted by: Galo Peralta, 16/01/2017
Operator related health technology (HT) hazards are critical issue for design and implementation of HT. A framework of human factor (HF) requirements for safe HT should be defined that include type of HT needing HF evaluation, expertise requirements of the evaluators, minimal HF HT evaluation requirements, is needed in Europe in order to improve the selection and implementation of HT in clinical centers, as a way to minimize the problems derived of its use.