Upcoming (eng)aging! events:
5th International Conference on Ageing & Technology Fair
Active Ageing through Innovation:
Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic
June 8–9, 2022, Prague & ONLINE
Covid-19 and Older People - debate lessons learnt from the pandemic, how to better protect older people from the negative impacts of similar crises in the future, how effectively combat ageism and social exclusion, how to increase digital inclusivity and literacy among older people and how to innovate national and international aging policies taking into consideration the lessons of the pandemic and post-pandemic reality.
Older Workers’ Participation in the Labor Market - discuss changes of work possibility for older people in pandemic and post-pandemic era and its impact on the labor markets and get acquainted with the concept of work ability as a key condition for employability and with age management as a tool for managing individual factors of work ability.
Keynote Speakers - learn from renowned experts, academics, and practitioners with deep and inspirational knowledge on the field of aging and modern technologies.
Cutting-edge Technologies - experience products and innovations that improve the quality of life of older people including robots, VR, gadgets, mobile applications, wearables, etc.
Inspiration - expand your knowledge and network and get inspired by like-minded individuals from more than 15 countries.
Past (eng)aging! events:
Czech-German Virtual Workshop
Work Ability Management
during the Life Course
Age Management Excellence Award
June 16, 2021
4th International Conference on Aging & Technology Fair
Technologies for Active
and Independent Living in Old Age
February 10-11, 2021
The international conferences on aging and other events are organized in the frame of the long-term (eng)aging! project, which aims to foster society-wide debate about the accelerating demographic change and population aging. The project aims to stimulate a constructive discussion about these trends and to look for ways to make use of them for the benefit of the society.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected various aspects of individual and societal life, including public policies. Health and social policies and other policies targeting older people, including active ageing policies, have been among those most affected.