EVAA-Prague Prague as an Age-friendly City

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EVAA-Prague Prague as an Age-friendly City

  1. 1. AGE FRIENDLY PRAGUEAn Initiative led by Seniors Supported by the European Comission EACEA: Programa - Europa for Citizens
  2. 2. BIENVENIDA (Spanish to be replaced by Czech Here and in all following slides) WELCOME JEFF BEESON Supported by the European Comission EACEA: Programa - Europa for Citizens
  3. 3. Deepening a renewed sense of communityin all sectors of European societyOur vision is a Europewhere citizens activelyengage to find concretesolutions for the key issuesof their timeWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  4. 4. European Voices for Active Ageing A project with an eye on Europe‘s futureAgeing is one of the greatestworldwide challenges of our time.By 2025 there will be 1.3 billion people on our planet people aged 60 and over.Thanks to the rising life expectancyin the last 50 years, Europeans canexpect to live longer and more activelives well up into their 80’s.World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  5. 5. Supported by the European ComissionEACEA: Programa - Europa for Citizens
  6. 6. London - Age UK Bonn -BaSCelebration Civic Engagementof Ageing Prague - Zivot 90 Strasbourg - 2Y2R Age Friendly Cities Wellness + Movement Italy Work + Life PlanningBilbao - InnobasqueSocial Innovation apoyado por la Comisión Europea EACEA: Programa - Europa para Ciudadanos
  7. 7. BIENVENIDA WELCOME KlaraSupported by the European ComissionEACEA: Programa - Europa for Citizens
  8. 8. AGE FRIENDLY CITIES Supported by the European Comission EACEA: Programa - Europa for Citizens
  9. 9. Age Friendly Cities• An WHO initiative launched in June 2005• 1500 older people in 33 cities and 22 countries were asked to describe advantages and barriers they experience in the cities they live in• Features of an Age-Friendly City identifiedWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  10. 10. Features of an Age-Friendly City Built Community Environment Support Social Transport Participation Respect / Housing Social Inclusion Employment / Communication Civic Participation
  11. 11. Age Friendly Cities in Europe– some examples Denostio Dublin Lille Manchester SPAIN IRELAND FRANCE ENGLANDWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  12. 12. What is a World Café?World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  13. 13. The wisdom of large groups The knowledge and wisdom which we require is already present and can be made accessibleWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  14. 14. The wisdom of large groups When the system connects with itself in creative ways, collective intelligence emergesWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  15. 15. Café-Etiquette CONTRIBUTE your thinking LISTEN to understand and to learn CONNECT ideas LISTEN TOGETHER for insights, patterns and deeper questions HAVE FUN! SCRIBBLE AND DRAW!World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  16. 16. Age-Friendly Prague ?
  17. 17. Table tops NOTAge - Friendly Age - FriendlyWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  18. 18. 1st Round<Question in Czech>What specific aspects of Prague could be MORE age-friendly? (Write down your ideas on the NOT AGE FRIENDLYside of the table cloth)World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  19. 19. 2nd Round<Question in Czech>What examples of an age-friendly city already exist inPrague? (Write down your ideas on the AGE FRIENDLY side ofthe table cloth)World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  20. 20. Table ChangeWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  21. 21. 3ra Round<Question in Czech)What simple steps could we seniors take to make PragueEVEN MORE age-friendly? (Write down your ideas on the Post-it notes. ONE IDEA per Post-It Note.World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  22. 22. Harvesting<Instructions in Czech) Write down your ideas on the Post-it notes. ONE IDEA per Post-It Note. Place your Post-It Notes on the Age-Friendly Prague Wall After the Coffee Break sit with people you don’t knowWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  23. 23. COFFEE BREAK
  24. 24. 4th Round<Question in Czech>What could be your role to help realize the ideas thatyou have heard so far?World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  25. 25. Table ChangeWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  26. 26. 5th Round<Question in Czech>What can Seniors do to foster the creation of an Age-Friendly Prague? (Write down your ideas on thePost-it notes. ONE IDEA per Post-It Note.World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  27. 27. Harvesting<Instructions in Czech) Write down your ideas on the Post-it notes. ONE IDEA per Post-It Note. Place your Post-It Notes on the Age-Friendly Prague Wall After the Coffee Break sit with people you don’t knowWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  28. 28. Table ChangeWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  29. 29. Table Reflection<Question in Czech> Discuss at your table what ONE item from today’s discussion would be most useful to create an Age-Friendly Prague. Write down this idea on a Post-it. Be prepared to share this item with the rest of the group.World Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu
  30. 30. Active Aging Network Those people who would like to be part of a collaboration network for active ageing – please write name + e-mail address (legibly) on a EVAA post-it and put it on theWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 Network Wall. www.worldcafe.eu
  31. 31. www.worldcafe.eu If you want to change the future, you have to change the conversation. Alan Weber Founder of Fast Company magazine and former Chief Editor of the Harvard Business ReviewWorld Café Europe e.V. © 2012 www.worldcafe.eu

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