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26-27 June  -  Maison de la Poste, Tour & Taxis, Rue Picard 5/7, Brussels
We are thrilled to invite you to "Mission in Progress: Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities Conference 2023" on 26-27 June. This second annual Cities Mission conference will take place in Brussels at Maison de la Poste, Tour & Taxis, Rue Picard 5/7.     What is in it for my city? The first day, 26 June, will be a day for exchange and dialogue between city practitioners - mission coordinators at the city level and transition team members. The second day, 27 June, will have a two-track agenda: a practitioner track for city transition team delegates, and a political track for mayors and deputy mayors.    We have a lot on offer for cities over these two days including peer-to-peer exchange sessions, inspiring talks, conversations with the EU Cities Mission representatives and more! The draft agenda is available for download below, and you will receive regular updates in the run up to the conference, with a breakdown of the various events, what to expect, and how to prepare. Find a detailed agenda here. Registrations are now open! We would kindly ask you to confirm your attendance to the Cities Mission Conference by 5 June 2023.  Each city will have the opportunity to be represented by two practitioner delegates with additional representation from political representatives on the second day. The general track plenary sessions on 27 June will also be live streamed and we encourage those who cannot attend in-person to join remotely. Please register here. For more information visit the NetZeroCities website, if you have any queries concerning the Cities Mission Conference 2023, please get in touch with us at
April 17-18th  -  Brussels
We are pleased to invite you to the matchmaking event as a follow up event to our two successful webinars within EU Mission for Ocean and waters last year. The event is organized by Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office (LINO), Latvian office for Innovation & Technology in Brussels (LAT.TECH), ETAG - Estonian Research Council Brussels Office and Brussels office of the Polish National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR), in cooperation with countries National Contacts Points (NCPs). Please find the list of the pre-selected calls and register for the event here. Registration to the event is open until the end of the month. We would be grateful for distributing it around interested stakeholders. During two-day event, you will have the opportunity: 🔹 to dive deep into the calls, 🔸 to get additional tips on how to successfully prepare the project proposal, 🔹to learn about existing and crucial initiatives for the region 🔸 to meet other experts and to build a successful consortium! Please find more detailed information in the agenda balow.

EMiN Kick-off

 -  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.
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