The IFA and WHO Department of Ageing and Life Course are organising a new webinar on connecting knowledge, new ideas and innovation around age-friendly environments (AFE).
Age-friendly housing: Promoting healthy spaces for all ages will be presented by:
Dr Ramona Ludolph – Technical Officer, Department of Public Health, Environmental & Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Ms Sybil Boutilier – Chair, Age Friendly Sausalito & Commissioner, Marin County Commission on Aging, California, United States
Ms Gemma Parera Álvarez – Technical Advisor, Diputació de Barcelona (Social Welfare Department), Barcelona, Spain
Ms Raquel Castelo Branco – Director, Social Cohesion Department, Porto City Council, Porto, Portugal
The webinar will focus on the public health impact of housing on health and showcase good practices in age-friendly housing from winners of the WHO / Grantmakers in Aging Innovation@Home contest.
Take this opportunity to connect with colleagues interested in AFE on
Friday, 8 February 2019 . at 11am EST
The ISHF 2019 will aim through a series of diverse events on the one hand to highlight the importance of access to decent housing for all, while on the other hand to celebrate the long tradition of public, cooperative and social housing across the globe and recognise the need to adapt our systems to meet current and future housing challenges as the human and economic costs of neglect grows.
Event website : http://www.ishf2019.com
Housing Europe is inviting to nominate projects for public, cooperative, and social housing providers that deliver change in their communities. Deadline – 15 February 2019. Further details
The 2nd STAIR-AHA meeting supported by the
PROGRESSIVE project will take place on the 31 st of January 2019 in Brussels.
The meeting will provide an opportunity to debate and discuss on:
inclusiveness in standardisation, with accessibility and the European Accessibility Act as a use case.
The event also aims at interchanging ideas on how to promote this change of mindsets, i.e. the effective inclusion of end-users (focusing on older people) in the future.
Save the Date – Draft Agenda
Link for registration
AGE Platform Europe invites you at the European Parliament for a Joint Intergroup meeting, on Tuesday 29 January 2019 in Brussels (10h30-12h30).
The Urban Intergroup and the Intergroup on Active Ageing, Intergenerational Solidarity and Family policies will be discussing about co-creation of digital public services, in the context of the Horizon2020 project Mobile-Age.
Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the European Commission, local politicians and academia will provide some highlights on common challenges and solutions for conceiving urban and rural planning with the lens of age-friendly concepts and practices.
The event is also an occasion to share
tools and insights paving the way to European strategies putting citizens’ needs on the agenda of European policies.
Registration is compulsory, and available via this link:
The Homes4Life project team wishes you a merry Christmas, happy holidays, and looks forward to living an age-friendly 2019 !
Homes4Life officially started on December 11th 2018 in Brussels. The meeting was hosted by
ECTP, the European Construction, built environment and energy efficient building Technology Platform.
Homes4Life project team in Brussels – December 11, 2018
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