Mental health problems can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.
The Seminar aims to advance a new dialogue between policy makers, civil society and researchers to inform new interventions for reducing exclusion in European ageing societies. Exploring state-of-the-art research and policy developments, this seminar will involve policy and research experts, from across European and international institutions, who are at the forefront of policy analysis, innovation and implementation.
This is an unique coming-together of policy makers and theorists, social scientists, clinical, expertise, along with social service and public health perspectives; There will be an extra-ordinary opportunity to share and transfer learning within and across countries; Examining contemporary problems right across the globe, debating solutions, and maybe even forecasting the future!
The Conference will be co-hosted with Public Health England and Sport England – the two agencies leading the physical activity and health agenda in England. The congress has three main themes: Addressing inequalities within and through physical activity; Evidence into policy and practice to achieve population change; and Physical activity and the wider determinants of health.