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09:00 - 14:00  -  NCBR Brussels Office (5th Floor), Rue Belliard 40, Brussels
The TRAMI project and the UnILion are organizing a joint and inspiring European Mission Network (EMIN) meeting and Mutual Learning Event (MLE), focused on the role of European Research in the EU Missions. The event will take place on the 12 March 2024 from 09.00 – 14.00 at the NCBR Brussels Office (Rue Belliard 40, Brussels). In this edition we would like to discuss the role of research and innovation in advancing EU Missions, while looking into the opportunities and challenges faced in implementing the EU Missions Approach, and collectively shaping the trajectory of FP10. If you wish to participate, feel free to send us an Email via If you are interested in becoming an EMiN member click here, to subscribe to our newsletter or subscribe directly sending us an email via Join us for a rich discussion on the Missions and their implementation - and be part of this growing Community of Practice! We look forward to seeing you there!
9:00 - 12:00 CET  -  NCBR Brussels Office, Rue Belliard 40, Brussels
Exploring Synergies between European Partnerships and EU Missions – Mutual Learning EventNCBR Brussels Office would like to invite you to another TRAMI Mutual Learning Event this time dedicated to Exploring Synergies between European Partnerships and EU Missions. Our event, organized jointly by the TRAMI project and ERRIN, will take place on Wednesday 7 February from 9:00 to 12:00 (CET) at the NCBR Brussels Office, Rue Belliard 40, Brussels.While these two initiatives of the Horizon Europe programme have unique characteristics, aligning them strategically can lead to transformative outcomes for our economy and society. A well-coordinated approach between European Partnerships and EU Missions will help to tackle some of Europe's most pressing challenges while contributing to the achievement of the Missions' objectives.The event will focus on synergies from a practical perspective by engaging experts directly involved in the implementations of EU Missions and European Partnerships. It will also contribute to the creation of the upcoming FP10 by providing reflections on what is working well, but also key challenges and potential areas for improvement.To participate in this event, please register by sending an email to by Friday 26 January.
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