Marne-La-Vallée2010 (EN)

The European Network of Territorial Intelligence, ENTI, filed on February 2 the European project “Future jobs for a better life”, “job-LIFE” for short.
It responds to the call for project of the 7th Framework Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration Activities of the European Union (FP7), in the theme “Socio-economic Sciences and the Humanities”.
 The objective of jobs-LIFE is to establish a prospective for jobs in Europe at a territorial level in 2025, within the framework of the socio-ecological transition, with new development trajectories characterized by the combination of the sustainable development objectives for a better life quality.
The project organizes 10 work packages into three research axes:

  1. Axis {life quality} “Work, territories and life quality in the combination of the objectives of the sustainable development”
  2. Axis {job systems} “Territorial job systems, innovation and governance for creating and adapting jobs in the socio-ecological transition”
  3. Axis “Communication, culture, education and dissemination for new development trajectories”

It is now necessary to deepen the work plan of the project and to detail its contents.

In this framework, a work meeting will be held from thursday, 22 july, 10 A.M until friday, 23 july, 16.30 P.M at IFIS-University of Paris-Est Marne la Vallée. The director, Mr Christian Bourret, proposes to host and to organize this “Job-LIFE summer days 2010”.

The objective of these days is that during the 9th international conference of territorial intelligence to be held in Strasbourg on Wednesday 17 to Friday, November 19, 2010, we can proceed to the validation of the final project to initiate the project without delay once the January 1, 2011.

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INTI (2010, 22 juillet). Marne-La-Vallée2010 (EN). Territorial Intelligence. Consulté le 27 février 2024, à l’adresse

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