- 3rd MITTENS Project Steering Group Meeting, 3 November 2021, online
- 18th Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Establishment of the NDPHS Secretariat, 17 November 2021 (13:00 - 15:30 CET)
- PAC 15 side-event "Connecting minds across the ages", 23 November, Stockholm and online
- 15th Partnership Annual Conference, 25 November 2021
- 2nd Communication Capacity workshop, 8 December
- We are excited to announce that the NDPHS Secretariat has moved to a new location at Momma Reenstierna Palace in the heart of Södermalm, just a walking distance from our previous office in the Old Town of Stockholm. Click here to read more...
- NDPHS is participating in the 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea region (EUSBSR) focusing on demographic changes along with the circular and sharing economy.
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Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being is leading the way to sustainable and inclusive societies with equal opportunities for good health and wellbeing for all in the Northern Dimension area throughout the life course.
Connecting minds across the ages
23 November 2021, 9:00 – 13:00 CET, Online
as a side event to the NDPHS Partnership Annual Conference.
Across the globe, people are living longer than ever before. In the Northern Dimension area, in a matter of fewer than 30 years, the life expectancy at birth has increased on average by six years and is 78.6 years as of 2018. Longer life is an opportunity for enjoying more experiences, for trying out diverse career paths, and for making more contributions to society, but why is ageism - and self-ageism - so widespread in our societies and how do we overcome it? Together with policy makers and civil society representatives from across the region, we will discuss and seek solutions.
We will organize the debate around two central themes with guest panels of invited experts for each of them:
- Combating ageism: Transforming public attitudes in healthcare, at workplaces and in society;
- Connecting ages: promoting intergenerational contacts and inclusivity of older people in service design and policymaking.