Ageing Societies and Ageing Sociology - Challenges and Possibilities: 7-9 September 2004, University of Surrey, Roehampton, UK (link)

May 25, 2004

Brussels, 24 May 2004

The problems associated with ageing societies calls for intensified scientific research to answer vital questions. What will ageing societies look like? How does ageing affect social institutions and structures? Do we need new social policies to cope with the new demands of ageing populations? What are the implications of ageing societies in different regional, national and international contexts? And more.


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