Watch the recording of the 4th edition of the SIRENE Science Cafe

We recently hosted an enlightening session at the 4th SIRENE Science Café, where we delved into the realm of social innovation and age-friendly environments. The online event took place on May 16th at 10:00 CEST, offering a platform for engaging with experts and exploring innovative initiatives.

The distinguished speaker for this session was Angel Yague, the project manager of the Spanish Confederation of Organisations for the Elderly (CEOMA) and coordinator of the AGE SPAIN group. Angel unveiled the newly developed training curriculum within the AGE-FRIENDLY TOOLKIT project, shedding light on its significance in shaping age-friendly cities.

Here’s what was covered in the agenda:

  • Welcome and introduction by Olatz Nicolas (TECNALIA)
  • Introductory poll: Who is in the room?
  • Context: the SIRENE EU project
  • Presentation on “Training Curriculum for a New Profile of Age-Friendly Cities Professional” by Angel Yague & Clara del Castillo (CEOMA)
  • Second poll with the audience
  • Q&A session

The 4th SIRENE Science Café was an interactive and insightful experience, offering participants the opportunity to learn, engage, and network with like-minded individuals passionate about creating inclusive and age-friendly environments.

We appreciate everyone who joined this enriching event and contributed to the conversation shaping the future of social innovation and responsive environments. Stay tuned for more events and updates from SIRENE!

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