Demographic change and knowledge development

CENTRAL EUROPE makes shrinking regions more attractive by adapting services to actual needs, thereby increasing social inclusion and reducing brain drain.

The programme also sets to improve inclusion of elderly and disadvantaged groups to help minimise the negative impact of demographic change in the regions.

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Outputs

Central European Ageing Strategy: Final Green Paper 2013 [PDF download]
Barriers for Successful Capitalization on Returning Migrants [PDF download]
How Central Europe can contribute to achieve the goal of a European e-Health area [PDF download]
Transnational Inventory - New Skills for New Jobs [PDF download]
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Infographic

Get an overview of key data and information about the cooperating on demographic change in the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme.

Cooperation

Find out about the most active regions and which regions work closest together in this thematic cooperation map.

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so-called NUTS 3 areas make up the CENTRAL EUROPE programme area