One can also examine the role of State and public policies in promoting or discouraging social exclusion, as well as the role of social movements in promoting more inclusive patterns. Political frameworks can be viewed from the local to the supranational level. From theoretical frameworks to social movements in action, observations can be made of how different meanings of inclusion play out in the political struggle for inclusion and strategies to change policies and legal frameworks.
For example, the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, signed by over countries, provides an opportunity to examine both the thinking and recommendations for action behind its effort to assure inclusion for persons with disabilities.
The 6th international conference will bring together stakeholders in both the disability and ageing fields to learn from one another, as advocates for the ageing continue to fight for inclusiveness through campaigns and proposals for legislation against age discrimination. Special attention could be paid to the role and involvement of the European Union, the United Nations and some of its specialised bodies, such as the World Health Organization WHO , particularly in the dissemination of standards for the inclusion of older people, such as age-friendly cities and communities.
Proposals for the 6th International Conference may take a life course perspective on inclusion and exclusion processes. Research shows that exclusion processes often occur at early stages of the life cycle, especially in the labour market, training and lifelong education. Since work is such a strong socio-economic integrator, what could be the design for an inclusive society for people whose main characteristic is precisely to be outside of the labour market?
This involves the capacity to accept a large diversity of retirement patterns, such as active or productive ageing within family and society, as well as the right to consumption and inactivity. An examination of the difficulties and barriers faced by older persons to retain control over their lives and their environment would also be welcome.
Research on social markers, such as retirement, widowhood, residential change, disability, etc. Reports of longitudinal studies that extend until the end of life would be particularly enriching. This includes all aspects of personal biographies that lead to changes in capabilities with their implications for exclusion and opportunities for integration. The representation of the last stage of the life course is often imbued with negative social connotations and can lead to invisibility and social exclusion.
Contributions are welcome on the role of personal resources psychic, internal, symbolic, etc. What is an inclusive society at this point in the life course and, to what extent, are individuals in nursing homes, in hospitals or at home still considered to be full citizens empowered with equal rights until the last stage of life? The question of their inclusion in decision-making is an issue in the specific context of the end of life. The second theme of the conference focuses on inclusiveness in an environmental perspective.
The environmental perspective in a context of ageing refers here to material infrastructure buildings, transportation, etc. Different aspects of the subject can be discussed—for example, the way in which environment generates inclusion or exclusion by becoming more or less welcoming or suitable as individuals grow older. In a context of changing dis ability, what are the responses of the environment to facilitate the expression of needs and concerns, and to what extent are older people involved in the design of relevant solutions for their needs? It would be particularly helpful to understand how societies, institutions, families and older people themselves can contribute to more inclusive environments through access to decision-making processes.
The contributions of disciplines that have broached the field of ageing relatively recently, such as geography and architecture, may offer opportunities for a new approach. Particular attention will be paid to environmental contrasts cities, suburbs, countryside and the type of solutions created for different categories of ageing populations.
One can also take a critical perspective on the limitations of inclusive patterns. Similarly, do the notions of "universal design" or "universal accessibility" make important distinctions for the design of material and non-material goods to promote their use by all? Theme 2 also encompasses critical issues related to accessing facilities or services, such as the lack of choice, prohibitive cost, a refusal to use services, etc. In addition, there are cultural obstacles to accessing complex environments, such as computer illiteracy, confusing forms and terminology.
The environmental perspective will also deal with the impact of digital technologies on age un friendly environments. En , Novarc emploie personnes essentiellement en France et dispose de trois filiales commerciales en Espagne, Belgique et Allemagne.
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