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Fast Track to Innovation (FTI)

The Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) provides funding for bottom-up proposals for close-to-market innovation activities in any area of technology or application. This thematic openness – combined with the possibility for all kinds of innovation actors to work together and deliver innovation onto the market and/or into society – is set to nurture trans-disciplinary and cross-sectoral cooperation.

Equality and wellbeing across generations

This call aims to support policy in reducing inequality in the face of demographic change. The call seeks proposals for research which will improve our understanding of how demographic change is altering the implicit contract between generations and how policy can ensure that change reduces inequality instead of increasing it.

Development of a literature review on musculoskeletal disorders and children and young people (with a special focus on young workers): prevalence, risk factors and preventive measures

This would (among other) include to carry out a systematic literature review on musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and children and young people (with a special focus on young workers): prevalence, risk factors, preventive measures, intervention / schemes to promote a good musculoskeletal health. The systematic literature review will cover scientific literature and academic publications, but also ‘grey literature’ from reliable sources, official documents and research outputs.

Study on the association between psychosocial risk factors and occurrence and prevention of MSDs in the context of home-based remote work (teleworking) post COVID-19

This would (among other) include to carry out a short review of main existing studies and literature on home-based remote work (“teleworking”) and its association with psychosocial risk factors at work and MSDs problems, especially in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis.