News . Events Next Generation Europe: The Role of Living-Labs and Open Innovation in Education and Health: How Co-Creation Can be an Answer to Europe’s Biggest Challenges
Our partner in CONNECT Rosina Malagrida from IRSI CAIXA, is contributing as a member of the round-table of the event. Join the discussions!
MORE ABOUT THE EVENT AND REGISTRATIONS
The Schools As Living Labs project is delighted to invite you to the roundtable Next Generation Europe. The role of living-labs and open innovation in education and health: how co-creation can be an answer to Europe’s biggest challenges which will convene on 8 July.
The roundtable seeks to raise awareness about the potential of the Living Lab approach for supporting the school of tomorrow, developing health innovation, and, promoting sustainability and resilience in modern societies with citizens as active co-creators of solutions. At the same time, participating policy makers will have the opportunity to highlight current and planned policies for Education which can be supported and further developed through synergies with the Living Lab initiatives.
- Ioannis Antoniou, president, Institute of Educational Policy, Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, Greece
- Evdokimos Konstantinidis, president, European Network of Living Labs
- Apostolos Papalois, secretary-general, Network of Accredited Clinical Skills Centres in Europe – European Union of Medical Specialists
- Michael Teutsch, head of unit, schools and multilingualism, DG education, youth, sport and culture at the European Commission
- Rosina Malagrida, Head of the Living Lab for Health at IrsiCaixa, co-coordinator of the Barcelona “la Caixa” Living Lab
- Francesco Mureddu, director at the Lisbon Council, will introduce the roadmap to European policies for living-lab-based open schooling.
The learnings from this workshop will feed into the formulation of a roadmap to European policies for living-lab-based open schooling. Your insights, opinions, and suggestions are of extreme importance to define a list of actionable recommendations for the European Union to implement.
Date and time: Friday, 8 July from 9.00 to 11.00 CEST
Location: Online and in Athens, Greece.
Registration: Register here
For virtual participation, the link will be provided to the participants after their registration