Events calendar

Upcoming and recent events

  • 23 January 2018, GGP Stakeholder Seminar “The future of the generations to come. Youth, Work-Life-Balance and Solidarity in Europe”. European Parliament, Brussels

                                                                  Download the complete agenda!

 

Past Events

JPI MYBL internal meetings

  • August 8, 2017: Working group – Fast Track Migration in Berlin, Germany
  • October 23-24, 2017: SAB / SOAB meeting in Paris, France
  • October 24-25, 2017: Oldest Old workshop in Paris, France
  • October 25-26, 2017: JPI MYBL General Assembly meeting in Paris, France

Events in MYBL ERA

• July 23-27, 2017: IAGG, Global event in Ageing in San Francisco, United States of America

• September 14, 2017: JPI Chairs meeting in Brussels, Belgium

• September 15, 2017: The High Level Group on Joint Programming (GPC) meeting in Brussels, Belgium

• October 29 to November 4, 2017: International Population Conference, Cape Town, South Africa

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JPI MYBL events

February 9-10, 2017: AAL / COST / JPI MYBL workshop, Brussels – Belgium (invitation only)

JPI MYBL internal meetings

  • March 9, 2017: Workshop on first experiences of the JPI MYBL – The Hague
  • March 22, 2017: Meeting of working group on Fast Track ‘Demographic change and migration’ – Berlin
  • April 20, 2017: J-Age II Annual Review Meeting – European Commission, Brussels
  • June 19-21, 2017: General Assembly meeting of the JPI MYBL – Montréal, Canada

JPI MYBL events

December 1-2, 2016: JPI MYBL Conference ‘Health, Ageing and Migration: New Patterns Of Demographic Change. Past work and future challenges of the JPI MYBL’ in Rome, Italy

JPI MYBL internal meetings

  • November 29-30, 2016: Scientific and Societal Advisory Board meeting in Rome, Italy
  • November 30 – December 1st, 2016: JPI MYBL General Assembly meeting in Rome, Italy
  • November 30, 2016: Networking meeting of JPI MYBL JTC 2015 projects in Rome, Italy

Events in MYBL ERA

December 5-8, 2016: European summit on Digital Innovation for Active & Healthy Ageing in Brussels, Belgium

Conference “Demographic Change in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)” – Wien, 24th March 2015

The Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) “More Years, Better Lives” is a Member State-driven European research policy initiative to foster collaboration and coordination in R&D in Europe. The JPI MYBL seeks to enhance coordination and collaboration between European and national research programmes related to demographic change.

The conference brings researchers in the field of demography-related topics together to discuss questions of demographic change with a focus on CEE. Central and Eastern European countries and their specific research questions have so far been under-represented within the JPI MYBL. This conference will facilitate scientific input into the JPI MYBL about the status quo of demographic change in CEE and will bring researchers and stakeholders from funding agencies and ministries together.

Here the full program of the conference.

All the presentations are downloadable here.

Final J-AgeI Conference “Science with and for Society Memory: To Know, To Preserve, To Share” – Rome, 19th November 2014

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J-AGE FINAL CONFERENCE

Palazzo Corsini – Accademia dei Lincei, Rome (Italy), 19th November 2014

The J-AGE final conference has been held in Rome, in occasion of the Event Memory: to know, to preserve, to share under the flagship of the Italian Presidency to EU. The event was jointly organized by the Italian Ministry of Education and Research with the collaboration of the three Joint Programming Initiatives and one Art. 185 project where the concept of “memory” was underpinning: JPI More Year Better Life, JPND – Joint Programming on Neurodegenerative Disease, JPI Cultural Heritage and the AAL – Ambient Assisted Living. The aim of this conference was to show the activities that are being pursued in the context of 4 initiatives involved. This common effort has been directed towards providing reflections, discussions and strategies to preserve human memories. The conference has been the occasion to showcase the achievements of the work done so far by the JPI More Years Better Life with the support of the JAGE project and, at the same time, discuss and share the results with high level representatives and stakeholders which face the issue of Demographic Change with different perspectives, approaches and strategy.

The event was organized in three different session:

MEMORY KNOWLEDGE: The aim of the session is to provide an interdisciplinary view of our current understanding of current threats to human memories due to individual ageing, disease, demographic changes and conflicts;

MEMORY PRESERVATION: The session goal is to seek novel strategies to enhance the coordination, collaboration and alignment among European and National research programmes aimed at preserving individual and collective memories and our cultural heritage;

MEMORY SHARING: At the heart of the third session is the sharing of memories as a common, social objective: how we achieve such a sharing, how do we facilitate the maintenance of memories, which tools can we apply to preserve individual, regional, global memories.

Here the full program of the Coference.

Downloadable Presentations
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