AIUTA World Conference

Project at a glance

Dates and Place

12 - 15 October 2004, Shanghai, China, mainland
Shanghai International Convention Center


International Association of Universities of the Third Age (AIUTA).

Project details

This biannual conference is an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas for all those dealing with the well being and continued training of older persons.

The aim of the Universities of Third Age is to offer study possibilities and a wide range of courses and conferences to retirees, in order to promote their active citizenship and open spirit to the world.

The 22nd AIUTA Congress will be held in Shanghai (China). It is an opportunity to discuss the development of elderly education, looking at different models, such as the educational possibilities offered in the UK, China and elsewhere. Shanghai provides an interesting venue in that it has moved forward, under the leadership of the municipal government, and has made rapid progress in elderly education and preliminarily set up a school running network for elderly education at four levels, i.e. municipal, district (county), sub-district (town) and neighborhood (village), including four municipal-level universities for the elderly, 65 universities for the elderly run by the districts, counties, bureaus and big enterprises as well as branches of municipal-level ones, 219 schools for the elderly run by sub-districts and towns and 3,276 branches or teaching points of the schools for the elderly run by neighborhood (village) committees.

Volunteering Opportunities

Two interpreters took part to the conference covering interpretation from Chinese to English, French.

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