Contact

Lead Partner

Wirtschaftsakademie
Schleswig-Holstein
www.wak-sh.de

Hartwig Wagemester
hartwig.wagemester@wak-sh.de
+49 431 / 3016 – 138

Project Management and Communication

REM • Consult
www.rem-consult.eu

Hauke Siemen
bestagers@rem-consult.eu
+49 (0)40 657 903 78

 

Lead Partner

Wirtschaftsakademie
Schleswig-Holstein
www.wak-sh.de

Hartwig Wagemester
hartwig.wagemester@wak-sh.de
+49 431 / 3016 – 138

Project Management and Communication

REM • Consult
www.rem-consult.eu

Hauke Siemen
bestagers@rem-consult.eu
+49 (0)40 657 903 78

 

The Partnership

8 Countries

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Sweden

8 Countries

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Poland
  • Sweden
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Final Conference, November 2012

Over three years the partners of the Baltic Sea Region project “Best Agers” have worked on approaches how to deal with ageing in a proactive manner. At the Best Agers Final Conference which took place on 21 November 2012 in Kiel, Germany,  the achievements of the project were showcased and fresh perspectives on key issues of demographic change in the Baltic Sea Region were presented and discussed.

For the nearly 100 participants, this was an excellent opportunity to learn about the results and achievements of the Best Agers project and to put them into a broader European perspective.

We invite you to have a look at some impressions from the conference below or download the conference documentation!

Over three years the partners of the Baltic Sea Region project “Best Agers” have worked on approaches how to deal with ageing in a proactive manner. At the Best Agers Final Conference which took place on 21 November 2012 in Kiel, Germany,  the achievements of the project were showcased and fresh perspectives on key issues of demographic change in the Baltic Sea Region were presented and discussed.

For the nearly 100 participants, this was an excellent opportunity to learn about the results and achievements of the Best Agers project and to put them into a broader European perspective.

We invite you to have a look at some impressions from the conference below or download the conference documentation!

Project Activities

Watch the "Best Agers" documentary film!

The film "Best Agers - Meeting Demographic Change" portraits four persons from four countries at the crossroads between working life and retirement. Watch the four episodes and see how exciting and full of important decisions life can be even when you think you have seen it all!

All Activities

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Watch the "Best Agers" documentary film!

The film "Best Agers - Meeting Demographic Change" portraits four persons from four countries at the crossroads between working life and retirement. Watch the four episodes and see how exciting and full of important decisions life can be even when you think you have seen it all!

All Activities

Click here

"Best Agers are well-educated, motivated and healthier than ever and can be mobilized to counteract brain drain and the loss of human capital in the Baltic Sea Region"

"The nineteen Best Agers partners work towards a cross-generational innovation environment in the Baltic Sea Region"

"Best Agers are a valuable resources for the Baltic Sea Region: They possess valuable experience, know-how and skills which we cannot afford to neglect"

"Best Agers defy the consequences of demographic change: Cities and regions of the Baltic Sea Region find creative ways of disclosing and utilizing the unused potentials of the age group 55+"

"Innovation is not an exclusive domain of young people - we support Best Agers’ entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region"