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Posted 25 September 2017
A two year research project about the long-term experiences of families where one or more family members receives, has recently received or has applied for Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment.
In partnership with Citizens UK, the Centre for Research into Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) has developed a project designed to draw attention to the vital role that local entrepreneurs play in creating social value.
MAKERS will bring together leaders from business, academia and policy to study issues related to the drivers and dynamics of sustaining the competitiveness of EU manufacturing sectors. The project's innovative research, training and mobility activities will address key concerns related to the historic opportunity for the EU to lead a manufacturing renaissance that not only upgrades existing manufacturing competences but, more importantly, develops new technological capabilities across EU regions to support regional industrial resilience for more distributed and sustainable socio-economic growth and prosperity. The MAKERS will create a multi-stakeholder platform to discuss the current understanding of issues related to the emergence of Industry 4.0 in Europe.
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