Turn of Maturity 2019

Sao Paulo
April 11, 2019, 7 p.m.

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Sao Paulo

In its 4th edition, the event is consolidated as the first and largest festival that promotes the protagonism of the elderly, with free experiences and activities, celebrating a socially more active life, with quality, independence, comfort and security. The main focus of the festival is the experience of maturity and reflection on longevity. The actions, which take place in different parts of the city, simultaneously, for 4 days, offer inspiring and transforming opportunities with the presence of mature people who expose their life experience. With experiences, information and reflections on good aging, the Turn of Maturity serves as a showcase for interesting initiatives and promotes diversified actions in several relevant themes revealing opportunities and alternatives for a long and happy life. Awarded by the "Municipal Seal of Human Rights and Diversity" 2018-2019 in the category "elder people" promoted by the Secretariat of Human Rights and Citizenship of the City of São Paulo, it received public recognition as an organization engaged in social inclusion and the valorization of diversity in the municipality of São Paulo.

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Keynote Speakers

Sergio Duque Estrada

Sergio Duque Estrada

Aging2.0 Sao Paulo

Ambassador
Morris Litvak

Morris Litvak

Maturijobs

CEO
Ilze Sola

Ilze Sola

Conecxa

Founder
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Richard Barczinsk

Richard Barczinsk

RB Consultoria

Founder
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When

April 11, 2019
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where

Unibes Cultural
Av. Oscar Freire 2500 São Paulo05409-012

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