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Sunday, August 31, 2008

International Conference on Ageing in India

"MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO HEALTHY & PARTICIPATORY AGEING"

Jan 22nd to Jan 24th 2009- Mumbai , India

A silent revolution has been occurring in the last 100 years - unseen, unheard, and yet so close as people 65 years of age and older have been the fastest growing segment of the different countries around the world.

In a rejoinder to this dramatic demographic trend, it is important to focus on the challenges of ageing in the 21st century. To facilitate their active integration in the life of the society, it requires collaborative efforts, which involves not only the family, but also the community and the Government - Consequently it points to the important fact that different groups of people need to network. Keeping with this, S.V.T. College of Home Science has planned for this International conference on “MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO HEALTHY & PARTICIPATORY AGEING” which is also coinciding with the Golden Jubilee Celebration of S.V.T. College of Home Science.

This conference is aimed at engaging the various sectors of the rural and urban community in a process of reinvesting the concept of ageing and rethinking policy, through an intergenerational, cross-cultural and multi-disciplinary approach. The conference hopes to address the many key questions central to the ageing population by bringing together different professionals engaged in working for the elderly to share their ideas and research findings.

The specific objectives of this conference are manifold:

  • To review and address the realities and issues related to ageing in the contemporary society.
  • To create awareness about the needs of the elderly and also appreciate the contribution that older persons make to own societies,
  • To highlight the resources/facilities necessary to deal with the increasing population of the elderly
  • To identify the innovations enhancing the lives of older people to ensure independence, participation, fulfillment and dignity.
  • To deliberate on the sustainable policies of care for the elderly to ensure that the well-being of elders in need is effectively safeguarded by our society
  • To strengthen the networking of different governmental and nongovernmental professionals working in this field so that the beneficiary i.e. the elderly in a country can benefit.

Another highlight of this International conference would be an “Exhibition on different facets of the elderly” for the public to enhance their awareness of the challenges or concerns related to ageing.

Who Should Attend : Professionals from multidisciplinary backgrounds.

  • Home Scientists
  • Nutritionists
  • Psychologists
  • Social scientists
  • Social workers
  • Health/Medical professionals
  • Governmental representatives
  • Policy maker/Policy implementers
  • Volunteers/Decision makers in NGO
  • Human resource professionals
  • NGO'S
  • Senior Citizens Associations
  • Students
  • Corporate

Dates to remember :

Last date for registration: 30th December, 2008

Proposal of Oral/Poster Paper Submission :30th September, 2008

Notification & Confirmation of Acceptance : 30th October, 2008

Final Paper Submission :30th November,2008


Host:
S.V.T College of Home Science
SNDT Women’s University,
Juhu Complex



Participating Organizations
International Longevity Center - India
HelpAge India



Supporting Organizations
Silver Inning Foundation

Venue:
ISKCON Auditorium
Hare Krishna Land,
Juhu, Mumbai- 400049



Contact:
Secretariat,
MAHPA 2009,
S.V.T. College of Home Science,
S.N.D.T. Women’s University,
Sir Vithaldas Vidyavihar,
Juhu Road, Santacruz (West),
Mumbai , Maharashtra, India
Pin: 400049
Tel: 022-26602504/26608179 ;
Fax: 022-26606427
Email:
mahpa2009@gmail.com


Hurry take advantage of Early bird discounts:

http://www.svt.ac.in/svt_portal/www/registrationfees.html


Last date for registration: 30th December, 2008

1 comment:

Bineet said...

This Women's university got established in 1984 by Tamilnadu Government at Anandagiri. Its goals are learning and research with focus on women and their problems. Mother Teresa Women's university earns a distinctive place in the higher educational system as, the only university devoted to women's issues.

The University is of unitary type which offers monitory, consultancy services and research in the area of women's studies.Women University in India The university offers diverse courses whose academic programme is pivoted around women's studies in the discipline of Economics, Education, English, Human Ecology, and Consumer studies, Historical studies,Pshycology, Socioliogy, Tamil and computer science.

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