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.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.
He currently chairs the Fernando Henrique Cardoso Foundation, which he founded in 2004, and participates in various consultative councils in different organs abroad, such as the Clinton Global Initiative, Brown University and the United Nations Foundation. He is also a member of The Elders of the Brazilian Academy of Letters
Researcher Responsible for the project "Programming Games for the development of logical reasoning and prevention of cognitive decline in the Elderly" in the FAPESP Program Small Business Innovative Research (PIPE). He was Director of Picnet Solutions of Brazil, a game and systems development company (1993 to 2005). He worked as IT Manager, Project Manager, Analyst and Programmer in the Industrial, Banking, Real Estate and Consulting segments. Co-author of the book "Business Strategies for Small and Medium Enterprises", chapter "Strategic Planning of Information Technology (IT)". Minister of Lectures and Workshops on Gamification in the Corporate World and Entrepreneurship
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