Funding rates MSEnterpriseResearch Organisation UniversitiyUser Organisation Typelimits SMLother requirements AT 60%50%40%<75% like enterpriseintegrationno private universities 35%25%15%<75% like enterpriseservices CH 50% ?25% 50% all DE 50% applied research SME bonus of 15%, 10% bonus if two independent companies in project 25% service provider ES???hospitalsy <250,000 as coordinator, <100,000 as partner UK <50 %? no funding * Local Authorities <50% Charities and Foundations up to 100% maximum grant limit 300,000 per UK partner in any single project, no single company or organisation more than 500,000 from the UK AAL 2011 call budget * must have eligible UK industry partner in project
Key Findings Clear and visible progress towards objectives Strong financial commitment by Participating States Well functioning integration of national programmes Clear European added value demonstrated AAL JP operational capacity needs reinforcement Linkage to demand side and downstream innovation Diversity of national financing and funding rules + _
Next steps Draft Council conclusions 2011 Innovation Partnership: Innovation Pilot on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA) Year of Active and Healthy Ageing 2012
Active Ageing WHO Definition: Prozess, der die Lebensqualität erhöht, indem ein Maximum an Zugangsmöglichkeiten zu Partizipation / sozialer Integration, Sicherheit und Gesundheit erlangt wird
AAL Forum Lecce 26-28 September 2011 Partnerships for Social Innovation in Europe
Tracks Wellbeing and Care Social Interaction Self-serve Society Future Calls European Policies Call for Contributions: Deadline 2 May 2011
Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit Infos www.ffg.at/aal www.aal-europe.eu www.aalforum.eu Kerstin.Zimmermann@bmvit.gv.at
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