CONNECTING THE DOTS
WORK LIFE BALANCE AGEING
Symposium, April 26-27, 2018
The Institute for Gender and Development Studies and The Social Work Unit, UWI, St. Augustine Campus
The Conference will bring together project partners including Trinidad and Tobago Association of Retired Persons (TTARP), United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America, and the Caribbean (UNECLAC), International Labour Organization, Decent Work Team and O ce for the Caribbean (ILO/DWT), Women Working for Social Progress (Working Women) with policy makers, public sector o cials, corporate sector representatives, caregivers, civil society, regional and international scholars in the eld of ageing, and members of the public.
In Addition to a focus on academic papers this conference will create space for exchange and dialogue among participants and representatives of public and private sector. A series of short lms and an exhibition will be featured alongside conversations.
Conference fees cover tea/coffee station breaks, lunch for two days, conference packages, reception on day one.
The registration fee for professionals - TT$420.00
Special rates apply for retired, elderly, students, persons with disabilities and the unemployed - TT$200 for entire conference or TT$100 per day
All UWI staff will be given special consideration.
Sponsorship is available on request.
$1000 display table
Teaching and Learning Complex is accessible to persons with disabilities.
IGDS & SOCIAL WORK UNIT
The UWI, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago
T: (868) 662-2002, Ext. 83549/83566
HOW HAS THE AGEING POPULATION IMPACTED YOUR WORK/LIFE BALANCE?
SHARE YOUR INSIGHTS WITH THE COMMUNITY. ENGAGE WITH EXPERTS AND PEERS TO DRIVE A CHANGE IN PUBLIC POLICY.
REDEFINE THE CULTURE OF CARING IN THE SOCIETY.