Seniors Conference 2011

Be an Agent of Change

One hundred and thirty older people attended COTA’s 2011 Seniors’ Conference. They created their own agenda to inspire and learn from each other about wise action on how older people can take leadership roles in the community.

Above, participants set their agenda for the day.

Feedback from Policy Council on  Conference Sessions Here you will find notes on what Policy Council said they can pick up and consider in setting policy priorities for 2012-2013. All sessions on Climate Change have been feed into the Green Sages project.

 Please click on the link to see a selection of photos of the day. You can view them as a slide show in FLICKR by clicking on the icon to the right of the set.

On the day, we created our Wishing Tree to express two hopes and one concern for the future of our environment.

Click on a session to see what conversations took place. Please note you will need to scroll through the material in each session as it can cover a few pages. This material is a series of working documents and represents initial contributions by participants on the day. It does not represent decisions or a course of action endorsed by COTA Victoria at this stage.

The above are working ‘live’ documents. Please contact COTA’s Policy Unit onseniors2@cotavic.org.au or call 9655 2142 if you have comments, updates or further suggestions. We can easily add to them.

The day was rounded off with a question and answer session with the Federal Minister for Mental Health and Ageing, the Hon. Mark Butler. Please click on this link for a brief summary of this conversation.

2 Responses to Seniors Conference 2011

  1. Monica Hayes says:

    I am confused by your coverage of the @012 Conference. The list of Actions is from May 2012, however the photos are from 2011 event.
    The report appears to be a mixture of events.
    Could you pleae clarify and let me know when photos from May 2012 available.
    Thank you
    MONICA

  2. policy says:

    Hi Monica
    We are currently developing a separate page for the 2012 Seniors Conference is underway – we will post photos from the conference on that page.
    The main page on the Conference gives an update on the 2012 Seniors Conference, and also provides a link to the 2011 Seniors Conference page, where photos and details of that conference are posted.
    Sorry for any confusion.
    Regards
    Debra Parnell

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