17.09.2017 - 00:00:00
Japan's Ageing - a catastrophic success?
Florian Coulmas at International Summer School on ''The Complexity of the Ageing Society'
''The Complexity of the Ageing Society: Research and Technological Challenges'' – this was the motto chosen for an International Summer School, organized by ALIAS (ALta formazione e Internazionalizzazione nell'Ageing Society - Higher Education and Internationalization in an Ageing Society) at the University Milano-Bicocca on September 14 - 19, 2015. On 17 September, Florian Coulmas delivered a keynote lecture entitled, ''Japan's Ageing - a catastrophic success?''.
ALIAS’ (ALta formazione e Internazionalizzazione nell'Ageing Society - Higher Education and Internationalization in an Ageing Society) main purpose is to create a new generation of researchers and experts, educated in a international, multidisciplinary and multicultural context, able to develop innovative methodologies and studies for increasing the awareness of Ageing Society topics in Public Administrations, Private Industries and Universities. In order to promote multidisciplinary researches and to tackle cultural and technological issues emerging in the Ageing Society debate, ALIAS develops actions concerning High Education programs and international mobility.
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