Hackathon: Third-age learning perspectives in modern society

Hackathon: Third-age learning perspectives in modern society

Within the framework of Erasmus+60, a highly innovative project focusing on European citizens aged 60 and above, the University of Latvia will organize the Hackathon “Third-age learning perspectives in modern society” on April 18, 2023 (10:00-15:00 CEST).

This one day online event will be held in English and will bring together stakeholders of the project, professionals and leaders in the respective field, NGOs, state institutions, seniors and other involved and interested persons to discuss, collaborate, evaluate and find innovative solutions. Discussions will cover the following topics: wellbeing factors of studying for seniors (knowledge and future skills to be developed), life-long learning resources (opportunities and effective tools) and ways to increase their engagement in life-long learning. Collected feedback will be highly important in the development of policy recommendations and final report.

You can register until April 4, 2023 by filling out this form.

The agenda of the event is available at the following link.


About the project

Erasmus+60 is a groundbreaking project that addresses a critical need for educational opportunities for European citizens aged 60 and above. With an increasingly aging population, the project aims to develop inclusive higher education systems, pilot courses, and policy recommendations to ensure that senior citizens can continue to learn and thrive. To learn more, visit Erasmus+60 official website.