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Planning INTERFASOL Final Conference – 18th-20th April 2018, ISCH COST Action IS1311 University of Luxembourg, Campus Belval (Esch-sur-Alzette)

Wednesday, 18th April 2018 MC Meeting, MSH Black Box

9.00-10.00 Core Group Meeting

10.00-11.10 Opening of the Meeting by Prof. Dr. Anne-Marie Fontaine (Chair of the COST Action INTERFASOL, Portugal)

Workshop “The Future of INTERFASOL” with Willy Lahaye (Belgium), Débora Poncelet (Luxembourg), Camillo Regalia (Italy), Ursula Trummer (Austria), Isabelle Albert (Luxembourg) 11.10-11.30 Coffee Break

Start of Public Event

11.30-13.00 Early Career Symposia: Experiences with INTERFASOL MSH 0.205

Training Schools, Chair: Prof. Dr. Willy Lahaye (Belgium)

MSH 0.207

Short Term Scientific Missions, Chair: Prof. Dr.

Camillo Regalia (Italy) 13.00-14.00 Lunch Break

Pre-Conference “INTERFASOL in Old-Age & Care”, MSA 3.520

14.00-15.00 Opening of the Pre-Conference by Dr. Isabelle Albert (Local Organiser, Luxembourg) Keynote lecture Prof. Dr. Jaan Valsiner (Denmark): Cultures of Care, introduced by Dr. Elke Murdock

15.00-16.15 Invited Symposium on Intergenerational Solidarity and Technology, Chair: Dr. Thomas Boll (Luxembourg)

• Andreia Costa & Georges Steffgen (Luxembourg): I prefer to tell a secret to a robot than to a person’: Attitudes towards technology in families of children with Autism

• Mathilde Lamotte & Isabelle Tournier (Luxembourg): The interest of assistive technology on quality of life: the point of view of older people and their relatives

• Afsaneh Abrilahij (Luxembourg): Barriers and facilitators for the use of assistive technologies for activities of daily living

• Andreas Hoff (Germany) 16.15-16.45 Coffee Break

16.45-18.00 Invited Symposium on Old-Age and Social Exclusion, Chair: Dr. Isabelle Tournier (Luxembourg)

• Kieran Walsh (Ireland): Social Exclusion and Life-Course Neighbourhood Relationships: Inter- Generational Perspectives

• Giovanni Lamura (Italy), Veerle Draulans, Francesco Barbabella, Valentina Hlebec, Rytis

Maskeliūnas and Anu Siren: Social Exclusion and Service Use in Older Age: Recent Evidence from the European Context

• Bethan Winter & Vanessa Burholt (UK): The influence of Time and Context on Social Exclusion from Social Relations in Rural Areas of Wales

• Trudi Corrigan (Ireland): Addressing Social Exclusion: Promoting the Benefits of Intergenerational Learning in Higher Education

Welcome Reception


INTERFASOL Final Conference 19th& 20th April 2018 Thursday, 19th April 2018, MSA 3.520

9.30-10.00 Introduction by the Head of Research Unit INSIDE Prof. Dr. Helmut Willems Welcome Address by theMinister for Family Affairs and Integration Corinne Cahen Welcome Address by the Dean of the Faculty FLSHASE Prof. Dr. Georg Mein

10.00-10.45 Keynote lecture Prof. Dr. Pearl Dykstra (The Netherlands): Cross-National Differences in Intergenerational Family Relations: The Influence of Public Policy Arrangements, introduced by Prof. Dr. Camillo Regalia

10.45-11.15 Coffee Break

11.15-12.45 Symposium on Intergenerational Family Solidarity, Well-Being & Health, Chairs: Dr. Isabelle Albert (Luxembourg) & Prof. Dr. Beate Schwarz (Switzerland); Discussant: Prof. Dr. Gisela Trommsdorff (Germany)

• Martina Brandt (Germany): Inequality and intergenerational support in Europe

Ljiljana Kaliterna Lipovcan, Andreja Brajsa-Zganec, Zvjezdana Prizmic Larsen, Renata Franc and Ines Sucic (Croatia): Positive and negative life events and well-being across age groups

• Marisa Matias (Portugal): Life satisfaction in unemployed couples: the role of family cohesion and gender effects

• Carmit-Noa Shpigelman (Israel): Persons with younger-onset dementia: Family caregivers' stigmatic experiences and well-being

12.45-14.00 Lunch Break – Poster Session

14.00-14.45 Keynote lecture Prof. Dr. Frieder Lang (Germany):Putting Effort Into Social Life: Principles of Regulating Relationships; introduced by Prof. Dr. Ljiljana Kaliterna

14.45-16.00 Symposium on Nurturing Intergenerational Solidarity & Intergenerational Projects, Chair: Prof.

Dr. Clare Holdsworth (UK)

• Clare Holdsworth (UK): A framework for interventions for intergenerational solidarity in Europe

• Marjolein Broese Van Groenou (The Netherlands): Examples of nurturing intergenerational solidarity in various contexts in the Netherlands

• Anabela Campinho, Graça Silva & Raquel Barbosa (Portugal): “Give and receive”: The impact of an intergenerational program on institutionalized children and old adults

• Laura Dryjanska (Poland, USA): Silver Universe of Intergenerational Solidarity 16.00-16.30 Coffee Break

16.30-16.50 Vivre la solidarité intergénérationnelle: un programme français éducatif unique en Europe + projection du film "ateliers éducatifs intergénérationnels", by Carole Gadet (France), chargée des projets intergénérationnels Ministère de l’Éducation nationale France et fondatrice association

"Ensemble demain"

17.00-18.30 Table Ronde on “Family Solidarity, Ageing & Migration” – bringing together experts from

Luxembourg and INTERFASOL (speakers: Corinne Cahen, Ministre de la Famille et de l'Intégration;

Marianne Donven, HARIKO Croix-Rouge; Dr. Carine Federspiel, Zitha Senior & Présidente de la Association luxembourgeoise de Géronto-Gériatrie ALGG; Sandy Lorente, RBS-Center fir

Altersfroen; Yves Schmidt, Caritas Luxembourg; Dr. Pierre Weiss, OLAI-Office luxembourgeois de l’Acceuil et de l’Intégration; Laura Zuccoli, ASTI-Association de Soutien aux Travailleurs Immigrés), Chair: Stefanie Hildebrand; Organisers: Dr. Isabelle Albert & Lisa Schiltz-Clees

19.30 Conference Dinner


Friday, 20th April 2018 - “Family solidarity in a changing world”, MSA 3.520

9.00-10.30 Symposium on Intergenerational Value Transmission & Societal Change, Chair: Dr. Elke Murdock (Luxembourg)

• Mirza Emirhafizović (Bosnia and Herzegovina): Intergenerational Family Solidarity in the Light of the Second Demographic Transition--Evidence from the Netherlands

• Arseniy Svynarenko (Finland): Urban encounters with strangers - the ICT and young people’s experiences of adult social control in public places in Helsinki

• Katarzyna Lubiewska (Poland): Intergenerational relations between self-construals of independence and interdependence across family solidarity patterns

• Hatice Celebi & Nafiye Cigdem Aktekin (Turkey): Why do value transmission between generations on the concept of intergenerational solidarity matter for school education?

• Daniela Barni (Italy): Motivations for agreement with parental values: A key for understanding intergenerational transmission of values

10.30-11.00 Coffee Break

11.00-12.30 Symposium on Intergenerational Family Solidarity and Migration, Chair: Prof. Dr. Willy Lahye (Belgium)

• Claudine Attias-Donfut (France): Changes in intergenerational relationships within migrant families

• Dee Knipe (UK): Self-harm in families left behind by temporary foreign migrants

• Ursula Trummer (Austria): Family and migration - making healthy choices?

• Paul Bukuluki (Uganda): Concepts of family and intergenerational solidarity in a global Perspective

• Beate Schwarz & Jonathan Bennett (Switzerland): BEGIN: Enhancing social integration of immigrants with an intergenerational mentoring program

12.30-13.15 Keynote lecture by Prof. Dr. Howard Litwin (Israel): Intergenerational transfers in Europe: What can we learn from SHARE?, introduced by Prof. Dr. Claudine Attias-Donfut (France)

13.15-14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.45 Closure of the Conference by Prof. Dr. Anne-Marie Fontaine (Chair of the COST Action

INTERFASOL, Portugal), Prof. Dr. Clare Holdsworth (Co-Chair of the COST Action INTERFASOL UK)

& Dr. Isabelle Albert (Local organiser, Luxembourg) Post conference Tour

19.00 Dinner


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