Published on Saturday, 15 January 2011 11:17
Photos and presentations of the 3rd International CE-Ageing Conference held in Rome, Italy on 10 October 2013 are now available.
Find here the Draft agenda of the final international conference, venue of the conference - Hotel Quirinale and recommended hotels closed to the venue.
The conference was on-line streamed.
The CE-Ageing Platform published the “GREEN PAPER CE-AGEING STRATEGY”
in February 2013. The consultation process is open now until 13th September 2013
. Click here
to enter the whole consultation's documentation.
The Central European (CE) Knowledge Platform for an Ageing Society
, in short “CE-Ageing Platform”, aims to minimise negative effects and impacts of demographic change in CE. The project idea derived from a cooperation between various partners and their desire to jointly contribute to improved framework conditions in their regions in order to foster economic growth, regional development and social cohesion. It is built on the belief that challenges faced in the cross-cutting issue "ageing" can only be solved in working together.
The CE-Ageing Platform aims to jointly develop a CE-Ageing Strategy enabling partners to adapt to demographic change, thereby integrating lessons learnt from previous activities on the one hand and results and lessons learnt from innovative actions implemented by the CE-Ageing platform on the other.
The innovative actions implemented at the regional levels include the development of four Regional Age Platforms with which two Regional Ageing Strategies as well as two Regional Training Concepts are set up ("Age-Partnership Actions"). In other CE-regions 5 additional pilots, the "Age-SME Interventions", are implemented in cooperation with SME's.
The “Central European Knowledge Platform for an Ageing Society (CE-Ageing Platform)“ has been chosen to be labeled as a project belonging to and supporting the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR)/ Priority Area 9 “To Invest in People and Skills.“