In May 2022, the Gatekeeper project will launch a Call for Twinnings As part of this initiative, the project team will invite European public sector bodies at local, regional and national level to join together with Gatekeeper partners to scale-up innovative practices and key outcomes from the project through knowledge exchange activities.

The Call for Twinnings will provide up to 8,000 EUR per partnership to support the exchange of knowledge and good practices in health solutions with a high potential for replicability and scaling up. The objective is to support the transfer of innovation (from Gatekeeper partners to other organisations in Europe) in a way that facilitates the latter’s deployment of large-scale innovative solutions for health and care delivery to the ageing population.

In this context, an innovative practice can be considered as a lesson learned, acquired knowledge, key outcome, best practice, technological solution, a methodology or a process. To be eligible for funding, it is essential that the innovative practice has been developed through the Gatekeeper project and that it can be applied to a life-course approach to active and healthy ageing. A full list of innovative practices from the Gatekeeper project will be made available when the Call is launched.

For more information on how your ogranisation can get involved, stay tuned to the Gatekeeper project website and project social media channels!