Ageing in Europe
From North to South
Ageing in Europe:
What can we learn from eachother?
RECORDING, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2021, ONLINE
ELF and Agenda has brought together a panel of experts and policy makers to discuss this topic.
Dr. Anna K. Forsman
Mr. Michael Fuchs
Mr. GianMarco Bovenzi
MEP Dragos Pislaru
MP Barbro Westerholm
Tamara Premrov is researcher at the Work and Welfare unit at the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research in Vienna. Her research focus lies on economic and social inequality, poverty and social protection systems. Prior to her current position, she was a teaching and project assistant at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, where she obtained a degree in Economic and Social Sciences.
Dr. Felice Strollo
Dr. Felice Strollo is a doctor of medicine from University Sapienza, Rome, specialised in Endocrinology and Diabetes. He also holds postgraduate diplomas in Aerospace Medicine and Nuclear Medicine. He chaired the National Functional Department on Food, Metabolism and Wellness of the Italian National Research Centers on Aging (INRCA) from 2006 to 2012 and is ANIAD’s Vice-President (Italian National Association of Athletes with Diabetes) and delegate at the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). He is also the author of several papers in the fields of Geriatrics, Endocrinology and Aerospace Medicine.
What is ELF?
The European Liberal Forum (ELF) is the official political foundation of the European Liberal Party, the ALDE Party. Together with 47 member organisations, we work all over Europe to bring new ideas into the political debate, to provide a platform for discussion, and to empower citizens to make their voices heard.
ELF was founded in 2007 to strengthen the liberal and democrat movement in Europe. Our work is guided by liberal ideals and a belief in the principle of freedom. We stand for a future-oriented Europe that offers opportunities for every citizen.
ELF is engaged on all political levels, from the local to the European. We bring together a diverse network of national foundations, think tanks and other experts. At the same time, we are also close to, but independent from, the ALDE Party and other Liberal actors in Europe. In this role, our forum serves as a space for an open and informed exchange of views between a wide range of different actors.
What is Svenska Bildningsförbundet (FIN)?
Svenska Bildningsförbundet (SBF) brings together the Swedish-speaking and bilingual population in Finland, promotes lively educational activities and constructive societal discussions. SBF promotes the understanding of the international community and the development of the European integration.
SBF organises courses, seminars, and conferences, as well as study circles and other educational activities. SBF builds networks between different interest groups that share SBF’s goals.
SBF’s activities are divided into five fields of activities: regular educational activities and seminars; the think-tank Agenda; Liberal praktik -internship program and the Leadership Academy as well as projects conducted in cooperation with partners. All these fields operate under SBF.