“The 2022 edition of the IN-4-AHA twinnings is underway. This workshop will present the results of the 1st call for twinnings, display an exemplary twinning pair from the past, and demonstrate how Reference Site members can apply for the remaining slots for the program”
Twinnings are innovation and knowledge exchange activities, that entail the contribution of two different types of organizations: one that develops a solution – the Originator, and another that implements it – the Adopter. IN-4-AHA builds upon EIP on AHA’s twinning program and it’s legacy of connections and shared experiences, documented throughout the years, with its proven value as a scaling up tool. Either as a vehicle for networking, or as an opportunity to test and iterate on already developed solutions in different settings, twinnings allow like-minded stakeholders across Europe to learn and access new experiences.
A first call for twinnings selected the first 7 originator-adopter pairs to participate in the program, and 3 other slots remain for the second call. This workshop will feature the “Twinnings Experience” from the viewpoints of both Originator and Adopter participants from past activities as well as sharing the criteria for the 2nd call. Read more about the second call for twinnings in Futurium or on our website.
11:00 – 11:05 Welcome
Cláudia Campos, Porto4Ageing (University of Porto)
11:05 – 11:35 Twinnings – Impacts for originators and adopters – achievements, challenges, and learnings
The experience from the Originators’ point of view
The experience from the Adopters’ point of view
11:35 – 12:00 Presentation IN-4-AHA’s 2nd call for twinnings
Diogo Videira, Porto4Ageing (University of Porto) – Presentation of the 7 twinning pairs, and demonstration of the submission procedures for the call
Reminder: The second call for twinnings is still open until 4 February! More information on our website and on Futurium.