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Improving participation

People with a physical handicap, mental handicap, or chronic illness have a much harder time participating in social life, whether this has to do with work, accommodation, social activities, or mobility. Improving participation is the aim of all the activities undertaken within this theme.

ZonMw contributes to this improvement through knowledge development and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of this knowledge. This cannot succeed without the involvement and practical experience of the target groups themselves, so these are given central importance.

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NWO changes course for ERA-NETs and JPIs

NWO will no longer use its own funds to enter into new financial obligations for joint calls via ERA-NETs and JPIs. The main reason for this is that NWO focusses on new forms of international collaboration in its new strategic plan (2019-2022). For example, via the principle of Money Follows Cooperation, NWO will remove the boundaries and facilitate bottom-up international collaboration in all the research it funds. NWO is holding talks with...

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Meetup with Dutch ERANID projects

On September 13th 5 Dutch ERANID partners came together to exchange knowledge and experiences on illicit drug research, to share preliminary results and to discuss how to increase societal impact of research findings.

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eHealth for Healthy Aging, Get Inspired!

On Wednesday October 24th the ZonMw Create Health ten public-private partnership projects and the overarching project are having their kick-off at the DRIVE festival in Eindhoven.

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Martijn da Costa

Martijn da Costa

Programme Manager

Telefoonnummer+31 70 349 5245
E-mailadrescosta@zonmw.nl
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