The aim of the event is to exchange and develop ideas for future cooperation along the Danube and in Europe in times of Corona and afterwards on the basis of impulse lectures and discussions in working groups on topics such as digitalisation, new ways of learning in later life, age-friendly living and inclusive cities, intergenerational dialogue, discrimination in the old age in times of COVID-19 and many more. Special attention will be paid to the use of new interactive media for communication and cooperation online and the question of how to protect older people from social isolation and using their experiences and competences for personal and social engagement.
The extensive programme includes political statements and a discussion with European politicians and experts, lectures, workshops, a social evening and presentations, held by civil society organisations along the Danube and in Europe.
The conference addresses primarily non-profit / non-governmental organisations from the fields of (adult) education, third age, culture, ICT and new media, care, etc. and other civil society actors and multipliers, as well as interested persons/experts from the Danube region and Europe.
AGE-Platform Europe Vice-president, Dr. Heidrun Mollenkopf, and Julia Wadoux, AGE Policy Coordinator for Health, New Technologies and Accessibility, will be among the speakers.
You can register here until 6th July
Download the programme leaflet here