CEPS-Eurofound conference jointly with NIESR and FACTAGE project

Policies for an ageing workforce: Work-life balance, working conditions and equal opportunities. WHEN: January 24th, 2018 9:00 AM   through   5:30 PM WHERE: CEPS, Place du Congres 1, 1000, Brussels, Belgium   Registration page European societies are ageing, and so are their workforces. Not only is the share of older people in the workforce growing rapidly, people also work until later. However, many older

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10 JPIs Chairs Statement

In the light of the upcoming discussions regarding the future framing of research and innovation in Europe and strengthening the European Research Area, the ten joint programming initiatives wish to raise your awareness for their jointly developed statement on how to address grand societal challenges in Europe and above. Download the statement!

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Centre for Population Change – November 2017 issue of “Changing Populations”

Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, the ESRC Centre for Population Change (CPC) is investigating how and why the UK population is changing and what this means for people, communities and governments. The Centre is a joint partnership between the Universities of Southampton, St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde. The research agenda is planned in collaboration with the Office for National

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JTC2015 Funded Project LONGLIVES article in DIW Economic Bulletin

In 2015 the JPI “More Years Better Lives” launched its first joint transnational call “Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond”. The project LONGLIVES is one of the five projects funded under the umbrella of that call. LONGLIVES topic is “Policies for longer working lives: understanding interactions with health and care responsibilities”. The first output of

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COST Action: Extending working life

                             DOWNLOAD CALL COST Action IS1409 Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in Western countries aims to enhance theoretical and empirical social science research on the gender and health impacts of policies aimed at extending the duration of working life in Westerm countries. See:

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