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The EU Contribution to Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations
The European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 provides an opportunity to think about what we can do to make active ageing a reality and to commit to new initiatives in the years to come.
Uploaded by eustarazagora on 08/28/2012
Digital publication details: 24 pages.

Our Activities on Active Ageing
Confindustria Veneto SIAV projects on Active Ageing
Uploaded by confindustriaveneto-siav on 11/05/2012
Digital publication details: 3 pages.

One Hundred Not Out: resilience and active ageing
For the first time in history in the UK the number of people over 60 outnumbers those under 16. A common reaction to this is pessimistic. This breeds social pessimism; as if we have created inexorably longer lives but are powerless to make the choices we need to if we are to reap the benefits. This in turn feeds ageism and deepens individual pessimism about our own future and those of our loved ones. Without shying away from the enormity of the challenges ahead, Yvonne Roberts argues for strategies that see active ageing - and older people - as assets rather than burdens, that focus on people as active contributors, not passive recipients. Drawing on the work of the Young Foundation and international examples, she outlines and recommends new kinds of sustainable and scalable services with strong roots in voluntary action and the community.
Uploaded by youngfoundation on 02/13/2012
Digital publication details: 33 pages.

Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity: findings, issues and perspectives
This report offers a new framework to better grasp today’s demographic upheaval, based on three factors: the concept of «active ageing», new intergenerational solidarity, and fresh impetus for civil and social dialogue. In order to provide a tangible illustration of the issues and perspectives inherent in the phenomenon of population ageing, this report offers a number of country case studies and covers a range of best practices found in Europe.
Uploaded by pourlasolidarite on 03/08/2011
Digital publication details: 110 pages.

Social Europe guide on demography, active ageing and pensions - vol. 3
The Social Europe guide is a bi-annual publication aimed at providing to an interested but not necessarily specialized audience a concise overview of specific areas of EU policy in the field of employment, social affairs and inclusion. It illustrates the key issues and challenges, explains policy actions and instruments at EU level and provides examples of best practices from EU Member States.
Uploaded by eustarazagora on 08/28/2012
Digital publication details: 88 pages.

Active Ageing Award
Active agers infocomm champion award 20
Uploaded by kbc171 on 07/04/2010
Digital publication details: 1 pages.
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active ageing award
A flier from 3rd Age/Singapore
Uploaded by yeokhachai on 07/04/2010
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Active and Healthy Ageing
We all get older and Europe is ageing. In the upcoming decades this trend will change our lives drastically. Active and Health Ageing is the approach to take. It’s better for the economy, for society and for you. You can read about the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow through this interactive online brochure on 'Active and Healthy Ageing' This brochure
Uploaded by mihaileontescu on 01/27/2013
Digital publication details: 6 pages.

IFRC Europe Zone newsletter - II issue 2012 (April)
Produced by the Europe Zone Office, the EZ newsletter is a Red Cross Red Crescent publication which provides a roundup of the latest news, activities and initiatives of National Societies in Europe and Central Asia
Uploaded by ezocommunications on 04/21/2012
Digital publication details: 11 pages.

NewsletterCCM no. 13_ENG
Active ageing: a social asset for all Promoting participation in society, countering discrimination, enhancing care, independence, self-fulfilment and dignity of the elderly are amongst the basic features of healthy and strong communities. In its strategic aim no. 3, IFRC Strategy 2020 focuses on Social Inclusion and a culture on violence and peace, and the celebration of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 is a further opportunity to raise awareness on the essential role the elderly play in society and the need for their participative inclusion.
Uploaded by newsletterccm on 10/09/2012
Digital publication details: 10 pages.
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