Second conference of the European Network for Intergenerational Learning
'Intergenerational Learning: Towards Active Ageing and
24-26 October, 2012, Nuremberg, Germany
Conference no: FR-2012-403-001
Register your interest at www.enilnet.eu/register.php
Funding may be available from your national agency. Please note the application deadline for some agencies is 30 April.
The second ENIL conference will consider the theme of 'Intergenerational Learning: Towards Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity'.
The conference will include key note presentations and a range of thematic workshops, which will explore how policy and practice can support learning, active ageing and intergenerational solidarity. All of the workshops will be simultaneously interpreted so they are available in French, German and English. The conference programme includes plenty of networking opportunities.
For a full programme and information about the European Network for Intergenerational Learning see www.enilnet.eu and the ‘Conferences’ section on the website. Information about costs, funding and how to register can be found below.
Who is this conference for?
This conference is for educators, practitioners, policy makers, organisations and individuals across Europe who have an interest or are already active in intergenerational learning.
Costs and funding information
fee: 120 Euros
Full board and 2 nights in a single room: 220 Euros
How to register
If you wish to apply for funding towards travel and subsistence costs, first check with your national agency for the exact deadline for applying for grants. Then fill in the application form at
Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation letter so that you can apply for funding from your national agency towards travel and subsistence costs. Full instructions on finding your national agency and how to apply for a grant can be found with the conference information under ‘Conferences’ at www.enilnet.eu
Please note: the deadline for funding applications for some LLP agencies is 30 April 2012.
About the conference location, venue and accommodation
The conference takes place in Nuremberg, Germany.
www.nuernberg.de/ (German site)
www.nuernberg.de/internet/portal_e/index.html (English site)
The venue of the conference is the Pedagogical Institute and School of Psychology of the City of Nuremberg.
The hotel which is providing accommodation for participants is the
B&B Hotel Nürnberg-City **S
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