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Von: promoters-boun...@aaloa.org [mailto:promoters-boun...@aaloa.org] Im 
Auftrag von Francesco Furfari
Gesendet: Samstag, 12. Februar 2011 19:06
An: promoters@aaloa.org
Betreff: [aaloa promoters] [Vote] BRAID project ask to join as supporter of 

Dear All,

the European project BRAID (http://braidproject.org/) has requested to join the 
AALOA as supporter.
It means that we will add the name and logo of the project in the Manifesto and 
BRAID is a running FP7 project, and I'm confident it will provide a valuable 
contribution to AALOA.

This vote will be open for a week.
Please express your vote in time.

BRAID (Bridging Research in Ageing and ICT Development) is an 
EU FP7 Support 
Action aimed at developing a comprehensive Research and Technological 
Development (RTD) roadmap for active ageing, by consolidating existing roadmaps 
and by describing and launching a stakeholder co-ordination and consultation 
mechanism. The project’s aims are to characterise key research challenges and 
produce a vision for a comprehensive approach in supporting the well-being and 
socio-economic integration of increasing numbers of senior citizens in Europe. 
BRAID is building upon the experience and knowledge developed in previous 
projects, namely AALIANCE<http://www.aaliance.eu/>, 
CAPSIL<http://www.capsil.org/>, ePAL<http://www.epal.eu.com>, and 
SENIOR<http://www.seniorproject.eu/>, while taking account of e-inclusion 
efforts in the EU27 as well as Australia, Canada, Japan and the US.

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