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We Turn Ageing into Opportunities

Europe is ageing…
Let’s make the most of it!

Building a Caring Society

Care: 1. The process of protecting someone and providing what that person needs 2. An intimate way of connecting with one another
3. The very materialistic core activity that societies need to stay alive


Social and Digital
Innovation

Caring and digitally
boosted human communities

Intergenerational
Co-creation

New deal among generations around climate and care issues

European
Cohesion

For environmental, social and economic sustainability


Europe is changing fast and now we have to face the consequences of a pandemic

Facts


22%

Globally, the proportion of people over 65 years old was 10% in 2012, but it is expected to jump to 22% by 2050.

60%

Humanity has wiped out 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles since 1970.

5.7 tr Eur

If ranked among sovereign nations, the European Silver Economy (the economy of the population over 50) would currently be the third largest economy in the world.

32.8%

In 2018, those people aged 55 years or more of the total EU-27 population.

Let’s build back better together

What kind of societies do we want to build?

  • Sustainable and caring
  • Kind and gentle
  • Fair and diverse


Flagship projects

We work under the ethical framework of permaculture
‘People care – Earth care – Fair share’

Conscious living
Housing, communities, active ageing

Conscious You(th)
Learning, growing, creating

Osmosis CareNet
All about Care

Mobility, care migration
Research and advocacy

HerStory
Stories about lived
reality of women

Permaculture
Practice, research
and education


Latest updates

Conscious You(th) News

For Counscious You(th) news click here. Hekate Conscious You(th) is a proud community of Hekate Conscious Ageing. Ageing might sound scary and difficult to digest, especially when you’re only in your 20’s and are still very young, we know. You don’t even need to think about getting old one day, yet, although researches show massiveContinue reading “Conscious You(th) News”

Care migration: cause or symptom?

Towards a scarcity of care? Tensions and contradictions in transnational elderly care systems in central and eastern Europe It is the title of the book issued by Friedrich-Ebert-StiftungBudapest. Our co-founder Kinga has contributed to the volume. Quote from the book: “Hopefully this initiative is an effective step towards a large-scale change in the entire careContinue reading “Care migration: cause or symptom?”