Worried about growing older? About your place in society when
you're 60, 70 or 80? There is a lot to life after 60 — and
society is coming increasingly to appreciate the contribution
older people can make. That’s what active ageing is about —
getting more out of life as you grow older, not less, whether at
work, at home or in the community. And this can help not just
you as an individual but society as a whole.
Click on this link to get more information:
web page to find an answer if you have questions about the European Union. Click
on the Europe Direct logo to the right and select your language.
Europe Direct gives you:
* General information about EU matters in any of the official EU languages
* An answer to your questions on any European Union policy
* Practical information on dozens of subjects: for example, how to get your
qualifications recognized or how to complain about unsafe products
* Contact details of relevant organisation's you may need to deal with
* Advice to help you overcome practical problems with exercising your rights in
* Links to all sort of databases: Click on
"Index" in the top banner of "Europe Direct" --> Click "Databases" --> Click
"Databases in alphabetical order" and you will get a list of all the links you could ever need for example Ploteus and Europeana.
On the site
Audiovisual & Culture executive Agency" you can read
about the programmes (2007-2013) delegated to the Executive Agency.
Click on the logo right and in the bottom of the page you will find
a link to the web page "Europe for Citizens" programme 2007-2013.
The Charter is participating in this programme and here is a link to
"Multi Annual Project".
The Charter is member of the
"European Movement Organisation."
Click on the logo for more information.
Last but not least the site
Countries" is to be recommended. If you want to learn
about the European countries it is a very useful site. On the site
it's possible to select the text in your own language.