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Aging in Central Europe and the Baltics: what's next?
Launch: What’s Next? Prioritizing Active, Healthy, and Productive Aging in Central Europe and the Baltics
March 10, 2015Brussels, Belgium

Distinguished guest speakers including experts on labor, welfare and social policies will share the key findings of the latest World Bank report on aging in the Central Europe and the Baltic countries.

The World Bank and the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) have the pleasure to invite you to the launch and discussion on the findings of the new World Bank report "What’s Next for Old Europe? Aging with Growth in Central Europe and the Baltics". Read More

 

  • Uldis Augulis

    Minister for Welfare of the Republic of Latvia
  • Laura Tuck

    Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, World Bank
  • Elsa Fornero

    Professor of Economics, Università di Torino and former Italian Minister of Labor, Social Policies and Gender Equality
  • Emily Sinnott

    Lead author of the report and Senior Economist, World Bank
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    Emily Sinnott, László Andor, Laura Tuck, Elsa Fornero, Mamta Murthi, Uldis Augulis (left to right).
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    Laura Tuck, Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, World Bank
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    Emily Sinnott, lead author and Senior Economist, World Bank.
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    Uldis Augulis, Minister of Welfare, Republic of Latvia (left).
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    Panelists and participants of the launch.
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    Elsa Fornero, Professor of Economics at the University of Turin (center).
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    Questions from the participants.
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    Participants.
  • when: Tuesday, 10 March, 2015 - 13:30 - 14:30
  • where: CEPS, 1 Place du Congrès, 1000 Brussels