Demographic changes and the evolution of knowledge

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Demographic changes and the evolution of knowledge

Demographic change and knowledge developmentCentral Europe makes shrinking regions more attractive by adapting services to real needs, increasing social inclusion and reducing brain drain.

The program is also aimed at improving the inclusion of older people and the socially disadvantaged in order to minimize the negative impact of demographic changes in the regions.

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Get an overview of key data and information on cooperation on demographic change in the Central Europe programme.


On this thematic cooperation map, you will learn about the most active regions and the regions that cooperate the most with each other.