PL
EN
© Syda Productions - Fotolia.com© godfer - Fotolia.com© Andrii Muzyka - Fotolia.com
1© Alexander Raths - Fotolia.com3
© apops - Fotolia.com23
HOMEHOME
HARC OVERVIEWHARC OVERVIEW
RESEARCH AREASRESEARCH AREAS
HARC INITIATIVESHARC INITIATIVES
ACTIVITIESACTIVITIES
RESEARCH NEWSRESEARCH NEWS
HARC mission

Our mission is to support and advance healthy ageing through biomedical research, education and collaborative partnership at European, national and local levels.
INTRANET - FOR PARTNERS</span>INTRANET - FOR PARTNERS
AGEING WELL / STARZEJ SIĘ ZDROWO

 / EVENTS
CONTACTCONTACT
VirLabVirLab
The HARC Conference
Intranet Login
X
Username

Password


if you need an account click here
The Political Environment of Age-Friendliness - Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
April 14, 2014

A large component of what shapes our identity is our sense of place - a place to call home, an environment to relate to and a community that embraces every stage of our lives.  The concept of age-friendly communities and cities has been adapted and applied in many different ways worldwide.  Increasingly the term "age-friendly" is an important pillar to the strategic plans of all levels of government.  There is no doubt that building an environment for people of all ages will yield significant social and economic benefits, is it age-friendly or is it inclusive (or is it both)?  

What does it mean to decision-makers and politicians for their community to be age-friendly; is it an attractive proposition and if so then how can the business case be made for political-buy in and engagement that brings with it funds?  Political buy-in is frequently identified as a barrier that impedes the progress of many age-friendly Initiatives globally.  Our speakers have been at the coalface of this thorny issue and overcome the odds to lead two of the most impressive set of age-friendly scenarios in the world. 

To register for this webinar, please visit 

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/200327126


x
This website uses cookies. A cookie is a file containing small pieces of text that a web server sends to your web browser when you access an internet site. For more informations about cookies please visit page Cookies Policy.