KÉPZÉSI EGYSÉG (TÉMA) ÉRTÉKELŐ - Q-AGEING project

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KÉPZÉSI EGYSÉG (TÉMA) ÉRTÉKELŐ - Q-AGEING project

Q-AGEING: Quality Ageing in an Urban EnvironmentLAUNCHING CONFERENCE AGENDA – 6 February, 20099 00 -9 30 Arrival, registration9 30 -10 00 Opening session – cultural warm-up program10 00 -10 20 Opening speech:Mr Gyula Molnár, mayor, Local Government and Municipality of District 11 th ofBudapest, Újbuda10 20 -10 40 Ms Katalin Lévai, member of the European Parliament:The most important questions of ageing in European policy10 40 -11 00 Mr Egbert Holthuis, deputy head of unit, European Employment Strategy, CSR,Local Development Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and EqualOpportunities:The European Commission and Ageing – expectations, tools and results11 00 -11 30 Coffee break and press conference11 30 -11 40 Ms Erzsébet Kovárik, state secretary for social policy, Ministry of Social Affairsand Labour, Hungary:General overview of ageing from the Ministry’s point of view11 40 -12 00 Mr Robert Mühlegger, project manager, Joint Technical Secretariat of theCENTRAL EUROPE Programme:The priorities of CENTRAL EUROPE Programme and the relevance of Q-AGEINGproject12 00 -12 40 Presentation of the Q-AGEING projectMs Ilona Molnár, director, Social Welfare Directorate, Municipality of ÚjbudaMs Barbara Trentin, counsellor for the social affairs, Province of Treviso, ItalyDr Martina Wegner, director, Centre for Developments in Civil Society, Freiburg,Germany12 40 -13 10 Mr Csaba Kucsera, research fellow - Ms Zsuzsa Széman, Ph.D., seniorresearcher, Head of the Welfare Mix Team, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,Institute of Sociology, Hungary: presentation by Csaba Kucsera, Institute ofSociology of HAS:European trends and challenges of ageing in the context of demography and theurban area13 10 -13 20 Ms Izabella Krajcár, deputy major, Municipality of Újbuda:Closing remarks13 20 -14 30 LunchThe official languages of the conference are English and Hungarian. English-Hungariantranslation will be available. Brochures on related issues of partner cities/organisations andparticipants can be disseminated at the conference.The project is co-financed by the European Union and the Republic of Hungary inthe CENTRAL EUROPE Programme