ostatnia aktualizacja: 13-11-2014, 12:08
Association of people of third age "Świerczewski Circle" (Stowarzyszenie Ludzi III Wieku "Świerczewski Krąg")Association of people of third age 'Swierczewski Circle' runs the Swierczewo Senior Citizens Centre in Poznan. Each year together with Poznan City authorities, the Governor of Wielkopolskie Province, the Marshal of the Wielkopolskie Province and the Minister of Labour and Social Policy, the Centre undertakes competition projects, from which benefits more than a hundred people over the age of sixty.
The aim of the project ‘Third Age in the Twenty First Century Awards’ is to provide a regular event for the Polish not-for-profit sector, mainly NGOs working with and for the people in their third age. The aim of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of the projects undertaken.
Representatives of European and Polish NGOs and public institutions met at the conference held on 14 and 15 June 2013 at the Warsaw School of Economics. The participants shared experiences and good practices in the field of creating age-friendly environments. The event was organised by AGE Platform Europe, Foundation for women Ja-Kobieta, FORUM50+. Seniors of the Twenty First Century. Warsaw School of Economics was a partner of the conference.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of senior citizens.
We founded the Forum to make our voices heard.
Let them hear us!
It all began during the "Us too - Senior Citizens in EU", a conference organized by Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland in April 2004. It was then and there that the organizations taking part in the conference declared their will to establish a forum representing the interests of the elderly.