Newsletters

  • DANET Newsletter 2, July 2015

    Danube-Networkers for Europe (DANET)

    Second newsletter of Danube Networkers for Europe. This issue includes background articles on ICT and intergenerational learning in later life, and examples of good practice from the DANET project.

  • E-news Slovenia

    Slovenian Third Age University

    E-novice Slovenska univerza za tretje zivljenjsko obdobje. Published by the Slovenian Third Age University since 1998. Discusses local, national, European and global issues, events and practices related to older adult education and other relevant issues associated with the position of older people in society. Targets a wide reader audience of older adults and professionals Among its aims is the dissemination of research and statistical data, the raising of older people’s participation in society, and the improvement of older people’s personal growth, employability and critical thinking in the field of critical geragogy. Available in English.

  • E-News Slovenia: Slovenia U3A International News - July 2014

    Slovenian Third Age University

    International News from Slovenian Third Age University, including updates on the EU-funded CINAGE, ECIL and Personal Town Tours projects.

  • ForAge Newsletter 12

    Manuela Hinterberger and Sergio Andreis

    In 2014 a new seven-year funding period with different priorities started. Entitled Erasmus+, this new programme has brought significant changes. At first sight it seems that older people are now excluded from the programme, as there is virtually no specific mention of them in Erasmus+ with the programme seeming to focus much more on younger people. So, what about older people in the new Erasmus+ programme?

  • IFA Skim - Issue 1, January 2015

    International Federation on Ageing

    This first issue of IFA Skim, published by the International Federation on Ageing, replaces IFA eNews. IFA Skim provides updates on upcoming conferences, reports, initiatives, accomplishments and general news in the ageing sector. It also profiles some of IFA's member initiatives. This issue includes a report on the European Commission's new report “The 2015 Ageing Report: Understanding Assumptions and Projection Methodologies“.

  • IFA VoltAGE - Issue 1, January 2015

    International Federation on Ageing

    This first issue of IFA VoltAGE, published by the International Federation on Ageing, replaces IFA eNews and reports on activities within IFA. This issue includes a report on IFA's new webinar series on Age-Friendly Cities and Communities (AFCC).

  • IFA VoltAGE - Issue 2, February 2015

    International Federation on Ageing

    IFA VoltAGE, published by the International Federation on Ageing, replaces IFA eNews and reports on activities within IFA. This issue includes a report on the forthcoming Global Think Tank on Ageing, which will convene on the subject of rehabilitation and older people in October 2015.

  • IFA VoltAGE - Issue 3, March 2015

    International Federation on Ageing

    IFA VoltAGE, published by the International Federation on Ageing, replaces IFA eNews and reports on activities within IFA. This issue includes a report on a new resource manual on age-friendly communities.

  • IFA VoltAGE - Issue 4, April 2015

    International Federation on Ageing

    IFA VoltAGE, published by the International Federation on Ageing, replaces IFA eNews and reports on activities within IFA. This issue includes links to presentations made at the IFA 12th Global Conference on Ageing "Health, Security and Community" held in Hyderabad, India, 2014.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2014, 2/2014

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This new-look newsletter announces the recent issue of the LLinE web magazine on PIAAC, highlighting the article 'Competencies in later life' by Bernhard Schmidt-Herta, Johanna Gebrande, Jens Friebe.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2014, 3/2014

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This new-look newsletter gives an overview of articles published on the InfoNet website since newsletter 2/2014, including 'Erasmus+ and EPALE – many innovations for adult education in Europe in 2014' by Michael Sommer.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2014, 4/2014

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This new-look newsletter announces the recent issue of the LLinE web magazine on adult education in conflict situations.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2014, 5/2014

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This new-look newsletter gives an overview of articles published on the InfoNet website since July, including 'A city learns about ageing' by Michael Sommer, about the city of Arnsberg in Germany and how it is learning to deal with dementia.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2014, 6/2014

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This issue of the newsletter announces the recently published issue of the LLinE web magazine about the global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and process of defining post-2015 targets. It covers the basic facts about the MDG’s and to what extent they have been implemented. Articles focus on the educational part of the goals and the communication and educational efforts to raise awareness about them. The on-going process of defining new goals is explained and looked at from a critical viewpoint.

  • InfoNet Newsletter, 2015, 1/2015

    European InfoNet Adult Education

    Newsletter of 'European InfoNet Adult Education' - a network providing journalistic information about current developments in adult education from European countries and the EU level. This issue of the newsletter announces the recently published issue of the LLinE web magazine on the topic of Blended Learning (BL).

  • International Federation on Ageing (IFA), 2014, eNews 15, July 2014

    International Federation on Ageing

    Newsletter of 'International Federation on Ageing'. This issue includes an article on the 'Living Well Handbook' (LWH), created in the UK to help people living with dementia and their carers, and a BBC News report on people working into later life and the benefits of retaining them.

  • International Federation on Ageing (IFA), 2014, eNews 16, August 2014

    International Federation on Ageing

    Newsletter of 'International Federation on Ageing'. This issue includes links to presentations from the symposium session "Will the United Nations Overlook Ageing Once Again?" from the IFA 12th Global Conference on Ageing, and a new publication from the FLARE program (Future Leaders of Aging Research in Europe) on current findings regarding the topics of healthy ageing.

  • International Federation on Ageing (IFA), 2014, eNews 17, September 2014

    International Federation on Ageing

    Newsletter of 'International Federation on Ageing'. This issue includes an article on a new paper on the demographic, economic, and health or well-being reasons for lifelong learning,

  • International Federation on Ageing (IFA), 2014, eNews 18, October 2014

    International Federation on Ageing

    Newsletter of 'International Federation on Ageing'. This issue includes articles on the launch of the WHO's Age-Friendly World website: http://agefriendlyworld.org/en; a report on the The Global AgeWatch Index 2014; and a new paper on New Music Technologies for Older Learners and their Teachers.

  • Life Planning Association (LPA) Newsletter - Issue 1, May 2014

    Life Planning Association (LPA)

    Newsletter of the UK-based Life Planning Academy (LPA), launched in March 2014, which is dedicated to excellence in the field of Life Planning. This first newsletter celebrates its inaugural meeting and introduces the Association's values and mission. It also looks at recent UK pensions news and highlights a report from the Commission on the Voluntary Sector and Ageing on the Impact of an Ageing Society on the Voluntary Sector.