Creativity, Lifelong Learning and the Ageing Population (Conference)

Posted: Monday, 03 September 2012

Registration for the third International LEM conference 'Creativity, Lifelong Learning and the Ageing Population' opens on 10 September.

The conference will take place at the Jamtli museum in Östersund, Sweden on 11 October 2012. The programme features key note introductory speeches and parallel seminars on specific subjects.

Keynote speakers:

Laura Giulia Cassio - European Commission, Directorate General for Education and Culture Unit D1

Marvin Formosa - Researcher and lecturer on social gerontology within the European Centre of Gerontology, University of Malta

Tine Fristrup - Senior researcher within the field of Gerontopedagogics, Århus University, Denmark

Henning Lindberg - Education officer at the open air museum - Den Gamle By in Århus, Denmark

Amy Woodhouse - Researcher and project manager at the Mental Health Foundation, UK

Click here for full details and registration