SIRENE Project Showcases Innovations at Council of Europe Event

On January 31, 2024, the SIRENE project was featured prominently at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France. Oscar Zanutto of ISRAA represented SIRENE, presenting its objectives and accomplishments to an esteemed audience. The event focused on the project’s pioneering Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments (SHAFE) approach and its implications for global ageing policies. Attendees gained valuable insights into the project’s contributions to social innovation and healthcare advancements.

The event, moderated by Anne Marie CHAVANON and Elena CURTOPASSI, addressed critical issues related to human rights and the imperative for governance and solidarity amid growing risks. Experts delved into topics such as climate and health risks, medical deficiencies, and the Council of Europe Guide to Health Literacy.

At the event, SIRENE showcased its involvement in European programs focusing on dementia, disabilities, and neighbourhood approaches. Oscar Zanutto’s presentation underscored SIRENE’s commitment to driving positive change in ageing policies and promoting social innovation across Europe.

SIRENE’s participation in the Council of Europe event highlights its dedication to creating healthier, more age-friendly environments for all. As discussions continue and initiatives progress, SIRENE remains at the forefront of efforts to improve the well-being of ageing populations.

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