CARE4BIO online training: achieving better and more effective project results

Join the CARE4BIO's online training on 4 December to explore Horizon Europe Cluster 6's multi-actor approach and elevate your proposals with co-creation and practical insights!

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The CARE4BIO project and the Cluster 6 National Contact Points network are hosting an online training on the multi-actor approach MAA, on 4 December from 09:30 to 12:00 CET.

The MAA is not only an additional eligibility criterion in Cluster 6 proposals but also an opportunity to achieve better and more effective project results. This training is open to applicants in Horizon Europe Cluster6 proposals and Cluster 6 National Contact Points.

The multi-actor approach aims to make the R&I process and its outcomes more reliable, demand-driven, shared and relevant to society. It also seeks to have these outcomes shared more extensively. A multi-actor project should ensure the genuine and sufficient involvement of a targeted array of actors, which serves the objectives of the topic.

The training will explore in depth the definition of the multi-actor approach concept, how the multi-actor approach aims to strengthen the process of ‘co-creation’ in the development of a project proposal and how the application of this criteria allows practitioners and (end) users to be involved, not as a study-object, but to use their practical and local knowledge and/or entrepreneurial skills to develop solutions and create ’co-ownership‘ of results for (end-) users and practitioners.

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. The presentations will be shared after the event here.

The deadline for registrations is 3 December 2023 at 15:00 CET.

Register here for the online training

For more information, please contact Serena Borgna or Annachiara Alberico

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