Six ROSEnet European Policy Seminars will be held in six different host regions, scheduled at six-month intervals between the opening and closing conferences. Five of these Seminars will focus on different exclusion domains, with the sixth focusing on multidimensional old-age exclusion.
The Seminars are aimed at generating policy impact for the Action, and involve a public seminar for external researchers, policy makers and practitioners from the host region, and will focus on dissemination and innovative responses to exclusion. Particular consideration will be given to the Action objectives in relation to the host nation region (e.g. Eastern Europe). For the full schedule of these events (with indicative dates) please see the table at the bottom of the page.
1st ROSEnet European Policy Seminar focuses on Social Relations
The 1st ROSEnet European Policy Seminar focused on exclusion from social relations and was held at NOVA-Centre for Welfare and Labour Research in Oslo, on March 9th 2017. Click here for the programme.
2nd ROSEnet European Policy Seminar focuses on Community and Spatial Aspects
The 2nd ROSEnet European Policy Seminar explored community and spatial aspects of exclusion and was hosted by Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, on September 8th 2017. Presenting new research and policy insights, the event brought together European researchers and policy stakeholders to explore how places can make a difference in combating old-age disadvantage. Click here for the programme.
3rd ROSEnet European Policy Seminar focuses on Civic Exclusion
The 3rd ROSEnet European Policy Seminar explored civic and symbolic aspects of exclusion. Focusing on the theme of Sustainable Ageing: Older people and European public policy beyond 2020, the Seminar considered how existing policy systems and structures can reduce old-age social exclusion. The Seminar aimed to advance a new dialogue between policy makers, civil society and researchers to inform new interventions for reducing exclusion in European ageing societies. Exploring state-of-the-art research and policy developments, the event involved policy and research experts, from across European and international institutions, who are at the forefront of policy analysis, innovation and implementation. The invite to this event can be downloaded here. The full programme can be downloaded here.