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05/12/2012

The closing conference of the European Year in Bulgaria aims at “Adding life to years, not years to life”

Around 200 participants attended the Bulgarian National Closing conference of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012 that took place on 4 December at the Sheraton Hotel Balkan, in Sofia.

  04/12/2012

The Robert Bosch Foundation announces the winners of the German Senior Citizens’ Awards

The German Senior Citizens’ Awards 2012 were announced on November 29 at a ceremony held in the Robert Bosch Foundation’s headquarters in Berlin and hosted by Jörg Thadeusz.

  03/12/2012

Sverige firar avslutningen av Europaåret för aktivt åldrande genom att visa upp de initiativ som har genomförts under 2012 och samtidigt visa vägen för 2013

Den svenska avslutningskonferensen för Europaåret för aktivt åldrande och solidaritet mellan generationerna 2012 genomfördes den 29 november i Europahuset i Stockholm.

  03/12/2012

Wales hosts the Closing Conference of the European Year 2012 in the United Kingdom

More than 200 people gathered in Cardiff on 29 November to celebrate the national closing conference of the European Year 2012 in the United Kingdom. The event was held at the National Museum in the presence of María Iglesia Gómez, Head of Unit DG SANCO European Commission; Cllr Ellen ap Gwynn, WLGA spokesperson for Equality and Ageing, and Ruth Hussey, Chief Medical Officer for Wales.

  03/12/2012

Belgium’s closing conference brings together more than 180 participants to celebrate the European Year 2012

The Belgium closing conference of the European Year 2012 took place on November 27th at the Hotel Husa President Park in central Brussels.

  29/11/2012

German elderly feel ten years younger and wish to maintain lifelong independence, according to new Generali Old-Age Survey

The group of 65 to 85-year-olds in Germany feel ten years younger on average than their actual age. The majority of them lead a very active, satisfying and varied life. They wish to maintain this life of self-determination for a lifetime if possible. Therefore most of them focus on the maintenance of health. These are the key findings of the first “Generali Old-Age Survey” conducted by the Polling Institute of Allensbach on behalf of the Generali Future Fund, an institution of Generali Deutschland.

  29/11/2012

Success stories of the European Year for Active Ageing 2012 at the Romanian closing event

The closing event of the European Year for Active Ageing 2012 in Romania on 27-28 November, organised by the Romanian Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Protection, regrouped all the players involved in the area of intergenerational exchange.

  28/11/2012

New Eurobarometer shows that the majority of Europeans believe that being over 55 is a disadvantage when applying for a job

The European Commission published on 22 November 2012 a new Eurobarometer which looks into attitudes and perceptions of Europeans towards discrimination, based on different grounds (gender, ethnic origin, religion or beliefs, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity).

  28/11/2012

The European Commission announces the winners of the European Year 2012 generations@school competition

In recognition of the European Day of Solidarity between Generations, the European Commission launched on April 29th the generations@school project and competition. The initiative, organised as part of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations, focused on bringing students and older people together to engage in conversation about what it means to get older and how older and younger people can collaborate for a better life for all.

  27/11/2012

Finnish Government presents Act to ensure elderly people receive high-quality care services

The Finnish Government has adopted a Bill for an Act intended to ensure that elderly people will receive care and treatment according to their individual needs and on an equal basis nationwide through high-quality social welfare and health care services. The Act will specify the responsibilities of local authorities and guarantee better availability of necessary services for elderly people, among other things.

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