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CSR Europe’s ‘Enterprise 2020’ collaborative project “The Business Contribution to Active Ageing” to deliver 20 solutions
CSR Europe’s ‘Enterprise 2020’ collaborative project “The Business Contribution to Active Ageing”, including company leaders GDF Suez and Intel and partnered with AGE Platform Europe, was officially kicked-off on December 9th 2011.
66 participants from businesses, NGOs, consultancies and governmental institutions attended the seminar. The context was set by key speakers such as CSR Europe’s president Etienne Davignon, AGE Platform Europe’s Secretary General Anne-Sophie Parent, as well as MEP Lambert van Nistelrooji and European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion László Andor. Three best practice examples were then presented, from Randstad, Vodafone and Jobs & Society Sweden. The afternoon session was dedicated to workshops. Participants were divided in four working groups, respectively two on active ageing in employment, and two on active ageing in products & services. The objective of the workshop sessions was to deliver 5 key solutions per working group (responding to the main risks and opportunities identified) – thus reaching a total of 20 solutions.
The outcomes of the seminar have shaped the next steps of the collaborative project. You will find more information in the seminar minutes. For more information please contact Sarah Deckiche at firstname.lastname@example.org
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16 February 2012