About the event
The European population is ageing. By 2040, 155 million people are expected to be over 65. This demographic change means, for the first time, four generations share a longer lifespan together. This evolution is often referred to as a challenge, but this ignores the considerable benefits that society can gain from an experienced, active, and engaged third generation. Above all else, this group can play an important role in building greater intergenerational cohesion.
As we emerge from the pandemic, does intergenerational conflict still exist and how has this been impacted after the last two years? What role does the senior population play in society? What can we do to enhance intergenerational cohesion?
Building on insights from a survey conducted among 12,850 citizens across 6 European nations, this one-of-a-kind event will involve a panel of experts in the field of intergenerational solidarity, demographic change, and healthy ageing, who will be discussing the results from the report and proposing solutions on how to build a stronger society for all ages.
On the day
This one-of-a-kind event will be joined by a panel of pan-European experts and researchers in the field of healthy ageing and demographic change:
Corporate Vice President EMEACLA, Edwards Lifesciences
Research Manager, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University/Age Friendly Ireland
Catherine Elliott O’Dare,
Assistant Professor in Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin
Student, Sciences Po Paris