Databases

  • (2013) Cronache di ordinario razzismo

    Lunaria

    Con la creazione di questo database desideriamo rendere disponibile on line una narrazione cronologica delle storie di razzismo, perché riteniamo fondamentale monitorare sistematicamente e analiticamente le molteplici forme, a volte anche molto sottili e implicite, che il fenomeno razzista assume nella quotidianità.

  • (2014) Banca Dati delle Università e dei Circoli Culturali Auser

    AUSER

    La Banca dati prodotta dal Progetto Form'Attiva che è durato un anno ed ha coinvolto sei regioni: Lombardia, Veneto, Liguria, Toscana, Puglia e Sicilia.

  • (2014) West - Welfare, società, territorio

    West - Welfare, società, territorio

    Banca dati di West, quotidiano di informazione in italiano e in inglese, sulle politiche sociali.

  • Active Ageing Index (AAI)

    The Active Ageing Index (AAI) is a tool to measure the untapped potential of older people for active and healthy ageing across countries. It measures the level to which older people live independent lives, participate in paid employment and social activities as well as their capacity to actively age. The index is constructed from 22 individual indicators that are grouped into four distinct domains. Each domain presents a different aspect of measuring the untapped potential of older people for active and healthy ageing. The results of the AAI are presented in a country ranking by the overall AAI and the domain-specific indices. The ranking of countries might change depending on what are the results for the overall AAI or the domain-specific indices. The AAI also offers breakdown of results by gender.

  • ADAM

    EC database for Innovation transfer and multilateral projects from the sub-programme Leonardo da Vinci

  • Age of Creativity

    Age of Creativity is a UK-based online platform which aims to share, celebrate and inspire work in the field of arts and older people. It aims to foster collaboration and discussion between practitioners, facilitators, artists and organisations through showcasing pioneering work and providing a shared space to exchange ideas, opportunities and resources. The 'Resources' section of the website provides links to relevant websites and documents to download. Sections include: Academic Papers, Reports & Policy, Tools, International and Project Evaluations. Age of Creativity is now curated by Miranda Laurence from Age UK Oxfordshire. Contact at: hello@ageofcreativity.co.uk.

  • AgeStats - Data Sources on Ageing in Ireland

    Website created by the Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI) to support anyone undertaking research on ageing and older people in Ireland, north and south. The site provides a searchable summary of 31 selected surveys.

  • eLILL eLearning in Later Life

    Contains commented links and pdf documents on issues dealing with digital literacy and older people. Here you will find information about EU policies and programmes, studies and statistics, pedagogical approaches for older people, online courses, and can download training materials for ICT teaching.

  • EPALE: e-Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

    EPALE is a multilingual open membership community funded by the European Commission (also referred to under 'Portals'). The EPALE Resource Centre is a repository of materials focusing on adult education. The searchable database includes case studies of innovative adult education approaches, reports and policy documents as well as magazine and newspaper articles. You can search for resources by title, date, language or author, or browse resources by clicking on 'tags', including a tag for 'Seniors'.

  • EST

    EC Database on Partnership projects under the Comenius-Grundtvig and Leonardo Da Vinci sub-programme.

  • European Social Survey

    PDF Print E-mail The European Social Survey (the ESS) is an academically-driven social survey designed to chart and explain the interaction between Europe's changing institutions and the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of its diverse populations. The ESS was established in 2001.Currently in the midst of its sixth round, this biennial cross-sectional survey covers more than thirty nations and employs the most rigorous methodologies. Attached to this page are 3 booklets. The ESS information brochure outlines the origins and development of the project. In addition two collections of findings are available: one summarises key findings from the first three rounds of the survey; the most recent contains findings from rounds 1-5. The ESS has received funding from the EC's Framework programmes, from the European Science Foundation, and from national funding councils in participating countries. In January 2013 the ESS applied for selection as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC). The project is directed by a Core Scientific Team led by Rory Fitzgerald from the Centre for Comparative Social Surveys at City University London, UK. The six other institutions represented are: NSD, Norway GESIS, Germany The Netherlands Institute for Social Research/SCP, Netherlands Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain University of Leuven, Belgium University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

  • National Database of Ageing Research

    Developed by the Centre for Policy on Ageing, the database covers a wide range of topics including workplace conditions, pensions, social care, carers and caring, retirement, dementia, health care, quality of life, and residential care.The database contents are drawn from research projects, both internally and externally funded, being carried out within a range of settings - academic sector voluntary and independent sector local and central government independent ‘think tanks’ The database is fully structured and searchable and covers all aspects of the research including - the researching organisation; title of the research; aims; a summary of findings; subject keywords; research methods used; researchers and other staff involved; funding type and funding body; budget; start/end dates and duration; research outputs including publications and whether the results and data from the research are publicly available

  • UK Central Web Resource on Ageing

    A central web resource, to be hosted by Age Action Alliance, that will act as a portal to the knowledge around ageing well held across different sites and organisations in the UK. The portal is designed to ensure that it will be easily searchable for practitioners, policy makers, organisations and the public. Launched December 2012; going live soon .