Natasha Ginnivan invited to attend a Master Class in Dublin

PhD candidate Natasha Ginnivan was invited to attend a Master Class on Population Ageing & Work-Care Challenges in a Global Context as part of the IAGG conference in Dublin last month. The purpose of the Master Class which was part of the IAGG Global Social Initiative on Ageing (GSIA), was to build capacity among early career researchers to be able to strengthen networks and collaborations in the area of managing the work / care balance in the context of public and social policy on ageing and care. Invited students and early career researchers were provided with lectures on population ageing  & social policy, work shops with senior researchers who are experts in their field on ageing as well as one-on-one mentoring. The GSIA Master Class for PhD students or early career researchers in ageing will be held again as part of the next IAGG conference to be held in San Francisco 2017.

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