blomeyer & sanz presented its work-plan for pro-bono evaluation services for the AFE-INNOVNET project
On 20 May 2014, Antonio Sanz (blomeyer & sanz) attended the first consortium meeting of AFE-INNOVNET (http://www.afeinnovnet.eu), a project coordinated by AGE Platform and co-funded by EC DG CONNECT (www.age-platform.eu). The meeting, led by Anne-Sophie Parent from AGE Platform, was held in Brussels, and included the 27 consortium members from 16 countries. We took the opportunity to present our work plan for the two years pro-bono evaluation of the project, i.e. 2014 and 2015.
AFE-INNOVNET aims to set up a large EU wide community of local and regional authorities and other relevant stakeholders across the EU who wish to work together to find smart and innovative evidence based solutions to support active and healthy ageing and develop age-friendly environments across the EU.