project Partners


Polibienestar Research Institute

Polibienestar is a Public Research Institute belonging to the University of Valencia. It is specialised in research, innovation and social technology, technical advice, and training in the field of public policies. Its final mission is the improvement of welfare and quality of life of society.




E-Seniors is a non-profit association, founded in 2004 by Monique EPSTEIN, who holds a degree in computer science and is the current director of the association. E-Seniors aims at fighting against e-exclusion by providing access to and training in ICT to seniors and/or disabled people.


WH Gelsenkirchen

WH Gelsenkirchen

The Institute for Work and Technology (IAT) is a central research organisation of the Westfälische Hochschule Gelsenkirchen Bocholt Recklinghausen, University of Applied Sciences with appr. 50 employees. IAT has set a focus of its work on products and services that increase the quality of life of older persons; within our work we focus on technological but also social innovations and approaches.



Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED)

The Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED) is a Greek Organization committed to the promotion of innovation and the enhancing of the spirit of entrepreneurship.




COORDINA is a Spanish consulting firm specialized in Innovation, Human Resources and Training, Strategy and Management Systems, Corporate Social Responsibility and Projects Management.

COORDINA has high expertise in ERASMUS + KA2 projects, where, among others, it´s directly involved in co-LABOURative LAB Project (2016-2018) which seeks to improve and increase the employability of unemployed people through the collaborative economy and new forms of employment.

COORDINA is also linked with other European projects and networks in the field of Active Ageing and Quality of Life of Elder Persons and vulnerable groups.



FORBA – Working Life Research Centre

FORBA is an independent research institute specialising in social-science research on work and employment. The institute is interdisciplinary and international in character, looking back on long-term cooperation with researchers in the EU and overseas.


  • This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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