A Society for All Ages
3rd Edition of the Interactions Symposium under the topic “A Society for All Ages”, this year under the format of thematic sessions, online.
The 3rd Edition of the ‘InterActions Symposium’, organized by the “Lisbon City of All Ages” of Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa, will bring together, through 16 Thematic Sessions, carried out online, a group of academics, researchers, decision-makers, entrepreneurs and other experts in the field of longevity and ageing, with the purpose of debating the challenges that are posed to the promotion of a society for all ages. This will also seek to make known and promote the exchange of “best Practices” and the positioning of the different organizations, departments and services on this matter.
Thematic sessions will address a wide range of topics in the area of ageing, from aspects related to the social representations of the elderly and ageing stereotypes, through the transition to retirement processes, to the challenges associated with ‘ageing in place’ in the digital era. In particular, efforts will be made to highlight the housing component and the public space as handspikes to facilitate the transition from the hospital to the community with an impact on policies regarding continuity of care.
Beyond national experts of relevance in this domain, we will also have specialists at an international level that will contribute to better understand the challenges that we are faced with in the affirmation of a society for All Ages, more cohesive, justice and solidary.
To register on the online cycles, simply access the link and fill out the form.
Inaugural session: Friendly Cities for All Ages: a life cycle approach
Ageing Portugal: Longevity challenges
Ageing in place: friendly housing experiences in USA and Europe
Ageing and housing in the city: accessibility and inclusiveness
Lisbon, a city for all Ages: the role of public space
Upcoming sessions will be announced soon.
- Adriana Henriques
Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Lisboa
- Alda Benamor
- Alfonso Lara Montero
European Social Network
- Anne-Sophie Parent
European Covenant on Demographic Change
- Carina Dantas
- Catarina Marcelino
Instituto da Segurança Social, IP
- Hugo Paredes
INESC TEC – UTAD
- José Bruno Alves
Cuidadores Portugal e Eurocarers
- Manuel Grilo
Câmara Municipal de Lisboa
- Ricardo Rodrigues
European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research
- Sara Ramos
ISCTE – IUL Business School
- Sibila Marques
ISCTE – IUL – Centro de Investigação e de Intervenção Social
- Sofia Duque
Hospital São Francisco Xavier
- Maria Joaquina Madeira
Consultora do Programa “Lisboa Cidade de Todas as Idades”