Nov 14, 2016

International meeting, presentations are online


International meeting – Dublin

As part of the S.T.Age project, Age Action and The Gaiety School Of Acting, along with partners from Finland – Turvallisen vanhuuden puolesta-Suvanto ry, Romania – Asociatia Habilitas and Italy – Anziani E Non Solo, have invited experts from Ireland and abroad to discuss the rising levels of elder abuse, explore its causes and identify possible solutions, in the International Conference “Elder abuse, Ageism and Human Rights: Innovative Approaches”, on 7th November 2016, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, Ireland.

The presentations

A generationally intelligent response to elder abuse and ageism
Simon Biggs, University of Melbourne

Human Rights of Older Persons and Long-Term Care: ENNHRI Project
Alicia Gomez Campos, Project Co-ordinator, ENNHRI

Culture and Elder Abuse: Two Dimensions
Dr. Amanda Phelan, Co-Director, National Centre for the Protection of Older People

STAGE Project Overview
Dr. Marita O’Brien, Project Coordinator

From advocacy to agency creative performance
Dr Tom Maguire, School of Creative Arts, University of Ulster

Loneliness and elder Abuse in Older Population
Ioana Caciula, PhD candidate at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences

The Respect to Prevent Workshops
Seamus Quinn, Gaiety School of Acting

Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse: Human Rights Perspectives
Bridget Penhale, University of East Anglia