USP Third Symposium Towards Aging

Sao Paulo
Thu, May 16, 2019, 8:00 AM (GMT-3)

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Sao Paulo

.The lectures were developed on the basis of the concept of the four pillars - health, safety, participation and lifelong learning - developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2002, when it launched the warning 'Aging well should be a global priority' the 60-year-old population will be higher than the under-fives by 2021. The number of seniors grew 18% in five years, surpassing the mark of 30.2 million in 2017, according to a national survey conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). Women are expressive majority in this group, with 16.9 million (56%), while the elderly men are 13.3 million (44%). Another study, carried out by the State System of Data Analysis - Seade, points out that the elderly population of the State of São Paulo represents 14.8% of the 44 million inhabitants.

Keynote Speakers

  • Sergio Duque Estrada

    Sergio Duque Estrada

    Aging2.0 BRASIL e Ativen

    Embaixador e CEO

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  • Egidio Dorea

    Egidio Dorea

    USP e ILC Brasil

    Coordenador e Diretor

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  • Fernando Henrique Cardoso

    Fernando Henrique Cardoso

    Republic of Brasil


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  • José Gregori

    José Gregori

    Human Rights Commission of USP


  • Morris Litvak

    Morris Litvak



  • Fábio Ota

    Fábio Ota



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  • Glaucia Martins de Oliveira Alvarenga

    Glaucia Martins de Oliveira Alvarenga


    Master in Gerontology


Thursday, May 16
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (-03)


Auditório Itsván Jacsó - Complexo Brasiliana
Rua da Biblioteca 21 São Paulo05508-065

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