Launch of Call 6

The AAL Association is pleased to launch the Sixth Call for Proposals of the AAL JP with the topic “ICT-based Solutions for Supporting Occupation in Life of Older Adults”.


Focus of the Call

Call 6 aims at the development of ICT-based solutions which enable older adults to continue managing their occupation – at work in an office, a factory or any working environment; in a first or subsequent career, in paid or voluntary occupation including local social activities – while preserving health and motivation to remain active.

Occupation in the context of this Call 6 is defined as paid and unpaid activity that results in benefit for the community, society and economy. The AAL Joint Programme is looking for ICT solutions to promote, enhance and sustain:

  • paid activity (including but not exclusive to professional, entrepreneurial/small business and self-employment)
  • unpaid activity (e.g. volunteering, knowledge sharing, counselling).

The AAL Joint Programme aims at innovative and ICT-based solutions delivered through applied research and development activities, which are financially sustainable and underpinned by a credible business case at proposal submission stage. Projects are expected to target market needs and demands. Find more information on the topical areas which are in the scope of the present Call 6 in the chapter entitled “Description”.


Documents and tools

  • Download the call text and the accompanying Guide for Applicants;
  • A proposal is composed of two parts – part A with financial and organizational information and part B with the proposal text addressing the call topics;
  • Be aware that rules for Italian partners have changed.


Download the text of the call here.
Guide for applicants here.
Template Part B here.
Partner search web site:


The scope and the application modalities will be presented during the Info Day of the Call 6, which will take place on 6 February in Brussels.

Closure date for application: 30 April 2013, 17 h 00 Central European Time (CET)

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