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09:30 - 16:30  -  Online
The 1st European Mission Forum will take place as an online event on 25 January 2023. EMiF will connect all EU Mission stakeholders and actor groups: governmental actors civil society business sector research and innovation  The event will introduce the European Mission Network EMiN to a wider public and offer participants an opportunity to learn about other EU-Mission actors from outside their usual networks. EMiF’s agenda focusses on the EU Missions transformative policy approach: it provides a platform for information and interactive exchange to help all stakeholders at European, national and regional level to support the successful implementation of the EU Missions. Speakers from the European Commission will outline the EU Missions policy approach. Experts and practitioners will showcase Mission implementation success stories to illustrate hurdles and potential of this new approach.  Parallel sessions feature speakers from the R&I community, government and the policy arena as well as entrepreneurs and will give opportunity to discuss the topics of Citizens Engagement, Policy Implementation and the transformation of the Research and Innovation sectors in depth:  Purpose and Perspectives - European Missions Across Policy Areas and Levels The Path to a Mission Oriented Research and Innovation System Engaging Citizens - Meet and Monitor the Missions The event will close with a panel discussion featuring represenatives from the thematic Missions and leading projects in the area, pointing the way forward to a successful implementation of the EU Missions.   Registration is now open - please register here. We look forward to seeing you on 25 January 2023 online. TRAMI  -  Making Missions Work Sign up to the TRAMI Newsletter and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to be the first to hear more.
14:00-16:00 CET  -  Zoom link will be provided
The European Mission Network (EMiN), which is being set up by the EU-funded project TRAMI (Transnational Cooperation on the Missions Approach), aims to become the recognized Community of Practice to support key actors in the successful implementation and delivery of the EU Missions at national and regional level – to Make Missions Work. EMiN meetings offer the opportunity for exchange with experts from all over Europe and to help shape the agenda of the emerging EMiN Community. After a successful kick-off of the EMiN in October, where we discussed the expectations towards the network, the contribution to the Community of Practice and upcoming topics, we are pleased to invite you to the second EMiN meeting: Making missions work - How to involve regions in the mission implementation process? Following up the discussions during the kick-off we will take a closer look on multilevel, regional examples and approaches towards the implementation of missions. Please find the preliminary agenda here. The meeting will be open to any interested participants. Feel free to share this within your wider networks. Please RSVP by 2 December 2022 to We look forward to a fruitful exchange and interesting discussion within the EMiN.   For more information on upcoming EMiN and TRAMI activities please register to our newsletter.               Please let us know if you do no longer want to receive information or invitations from the EMiN.
 -  Brussels
  The Kick-Off Meeting of the European Mission Network EMiN on 19 October in Brussels brought together a select group of 60 experts working in the EU Mission context. The event’s aim was to discuss challenges, potential for success and the key requirements for the creation of an active EU-Mission Community of Practice in order to support EU Mission key target groups at national, regional and local level in their mission implementation activities.   The event was introduced by the TRAMI project coordinators, Wolfgang Polt, Joanneum Research POLICIES and Matthias Weber, AIT. This was followed by an overview of the EMiN’s objectives by its lead Angela Schindler-Daniels, DLR-PT.  Showcases of national and regional EU-Missions Implementation where provided by Daniel Sköld, S3 Strategist for Region Blekinge, Regional Development Council in Blekinge County, Sweden and Vibeke Helén Moe, Senior Adviser, Ministry of Education and Research, Norway. The European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation was presented by Fabienne Gautier and Marion Jammard. Remarks by Ms. Gautier, as the new Head of Unit Common Missions & Partnership Services, were followed by the opportunity to share the outcomes of the interactive workshops and in-depth discussion on expectations of the EMiN as an active Community of Practice on EU Missions from the viewpoint of the attendees. The discussion focused on the needs and demands at national, regional and local level but also on what stakeholders will contribute to a successful, sustainable network. The next European Mission Network EMIN Meeting will take place later in 2022. Please sign up to the TRAMI Newsletter and indicate your interest in EMIN and follow us on Twitter/Linkedin for stay informed about all TRAMI activity.
 -  Brussels
  On October 18th TRAMI arranged the first Mutual Learning Event (MLE) in collaboration with ERRIN. The subject for the day was how the EU-missions can be addressed in the regional context and to what extent European regions are involved in the missions.  The event gathered approx. 35 participants from a similar number of European regions, as well as the organizing teams from TRAMI and ERRIN. Inspirational talks from Daniel Sköld, Region Blekinge, Sweden; Françoise Guaspare, Region Île-de-France; Bogdan Chelariu, North-East Romania Regional Development Agency and Miia Paananen, Turku-Southwest Finland European Office pitched concrete examples from the respective regional perspective and paved the ground for the intense and interesting discussions that followed. The participants concluded that the missions approach provide a new way of working together across sectors, which is very valuable to accelerate solutions in response to the societal challenges expressed in the five EU-missions. Despite providing new energy and hope into the work, the missions also require challenging and demanding processes. The main challenges identified include lack of resources and understanding of what working with missions actually means, lack of alignment of European and regional policies, as well as the need for strong advocators and drivers in the process. Despite the challenging tasks, most of the regions involved in the MLE expressed a wish to engage more deeply in the missions, and a wish to explore further the methods, strategies and policies that can strengthen the role of regions in the missions, and how you move from theory and strategy into concrete, real-life implementation. The possibility to learn from others and to have a platform to discuss with peers with similar challenges was strongly supported by the participants. As knowledge exchange and mutual learning is at the core of the TRAMI project, we were encouraged to hear the need for learning occasions and platforms, and we can promise that more Mutual Learning Events will follow.   
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