Daniela Weber will participate in a panel discussion on the state of healthy aging and longevity in Europe organized by the International Longevity Centre (ILC) UK.

With more than 30% of the EU’s population set to be aged 65 and over by 2100, Europe is steadily aging. While higher life expectancy is a testament to medical and societal progress, people are not necessarily living good quality lives for longer. We need to address population aging over the next five years to ensure Europeans can live longer lives that are healthier, happier, and more prosperous.

The ILC inaugural meeting will address challenges and opportunities associated with demographic change in Europe. With the European Parliament elections approaching, the event aims to establish a set of key priorities and policy recommendations for the 2024-29 Parliament and Commission.

Dr. Daniela Weber, from the Social Cohesion, Health, and Well-being (SHAW) Research Group is a distinguished interdisciplinary researcher specializing in health and aging. Her passion for understanding the nuances of aging and health, particularly considering gender differences, drives her research endeavors. Her work on contextual factors associated with equality in healthy aging underscores her commitment to advancing knowledge in this critical area.

For more information about this webinar and registration, please visit the event website.

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