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CARE4BIO organises the online training “HOW APPLY THE MULTI ACTOR APPROACH IN CLUSTER 6 PROPOSALS”.
The training is free of charge and open to all the potential Cluster 6 applicants interested in exploring the Multi – Actor approach concept and understanding how to include it in the Horizon Europe proposals.
Info and registration: here
The training will explore in depth the definition of the multi-actor approach concept and how it aims to make the R&I process and its outcomes more reliable, demand-driven, shared and relevant to society.
The MAA purpose is to strengthen the process of 'co creation' in the development of a project proposal and to allow practitioners and (end) users to be involved using their practical and local knowledge to develop solutions and create ’co-ownership‘ of results for (end-) users and practitioners. It also aims to have these outcomes shared more extensively.
During the two hours training, officers from European Commission will help us in better understanding the MAA concept, experiences will be shared and analyzed as good practice to understand how to build a good Horizon Multi Actor Approach.
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