The LifeAge Project will foster synergy with, and between, local, regional, national and international policies to promote sport and physical activity, in close relationship with the Active Ageing policy as defined by the European Commission: it means helping people stay in charge of their own lives for as long as possible as they age and, where possible, to contribute to the economy and society.
As expressed in the Guiding Principles for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations (The Employment Committee – The Social Protection Committee), “Older people make a significant contribution to the economy and society, but as their health and education levels improve over time, their contributions can be further enhanced.
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The LifeAge project is a collaborative work. The project is composed by 6 Universities from all over Europe. Catholic University San Antonio of Murcia (UCAM-Coordinator), The University of Cádiz, The University of Rome «Foro Italico», Lapland University of Applied Sciences, The University of Latvia and The University of Limerick.