Why Age-friendly Cities are so important for the future?

Online talk on Saturday, 5. December 2020, 10–11:15 am

In Germany, around 30% of all people will be over 65 years of age in 2030, a development that can also be seen in many other European countries. The number of very old people in particular will increase. In order to be prepared for the demographic change, we need excellent concepts, such as the age-friendly concept of the WHO. Examples of Age-friendly cities and communities from different European Countries.

Christa Möller, HamburgSpeaker: Christa Möller-Metzger, MbHB, Seniors-Spokeswoman of the Green Faction in the Hamburg Parliament, Boardmember European Network of Green Seniors and Federal Green Seniors

Study of Biology, History, Sociology, State Examination; Editor, Head of Department in the largest publishing house in Germany, now freelance journalist, member of the Hamburg Parliament, senior policy spokeswoman senior.

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About Christa Möller

Journalist and Speaker of the Hamburg Green 60plus, member of the German Board of Green seniors and die European Board of Green Seniors
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