European macro ageing policies and key questions
Vitalija Gaucaite, former chief of the Population Unit of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
Social and cognitive aspects of hearing loss in older adults
Henrik Danielsson, professor and research director at the Disability Research Division, Linköping University (Sweden)
Exploring the relationship between critical life transitions in older age and multidimesional social exclusion.
Prof. Kieran Walsh, Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, University of Galway, Ireland
The challenges to guarantee sexual rights and sexual behavior in long-term care institutions for older people.
Prof. Feliciano Villar Posada, University of Barcelona, Spain
Cross-national empirical evidence on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on informal carers in Europe.
Dr. Giovanni Lamura, Centre for Socio-Economic Research on Ageing, Italian National Institute for the Science on Ageing and Health (INRCA), Italy
Family Conflicts: Love and Hate around Inheritance and Gifts
Dr. Stephan Köppe, University College Dublin, Ireland
Ageing and Social Change (AGE) – Themes and concepts of a new international Master’s programme
Prof. Andreas Motel-Klingebiel and Dr. Indre Genelyte, Linköping University, Division of Ageing and Social Change.
Learning and dementia
Prof. Lars-Christer Hydén and Elias Ingebrand, Linköping University, Division of Ageing and Social Change.
Ageing and communication technologies
Prof. Loredana Ivan, University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Romania.
Aging and Digital Technology – Friends or Foes?
Dr. Stefan T. Kamin, Friedrich-Alexander University (FAU), Germany
Loneliness in older adults – research evidence and future directions
Prof. Dr. Lena Dahlberg, Dalarna University, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, Sweden
Using active ageing as a policy response to the challenges of ageing
Dr. Liam Foster, University of Sheffield, UK