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Work, Well-being and Wealth: Active Ageing at Work

26-28 August 2013, Hotel Crowne Plaza, Helsinki, Finland

Thank you for your participation in the WWW2013 Conference!

Dear Participants

With people living longer and with the burden of public support through welfare systems for older people under stress, EU policy underlines the needs for greater participation in working life. Developing evidence-based knowledge on policies for socially and individually sustainable employability is essential for workers, who are equired to increase their work participation; for employers, who need productive and innovative workers; and for the overall economies of European countries. There is an urgent need for new research that addresses knowledge gaps, can exploit existing potentials and supports evidence-based solutions for good work life policies and social choices.

The aim of the international conference on ”Work, Well-being and Wealth – Active Ageing at Work” is to bring together researchers, experts and European networks in the field, and to present and discuss the major R&D needs and solutions.

Harri Vainio
Director General
Chair of the Organizing Committee

Mikko Härmä
Research Professor
Vice-Chair of the Organizing Committee


Organizer:Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH)

in co-operation with:
WG3 Work and Productivity of the JPI "More Years, Better Lives"
The Partnership for European Research in OS&H (PEROSH)
The European Agency on Safety and Health at Work
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
ICOH Scientific Committee on Ageing and Work
IEA Technical Committee on Ageing
Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland
Ministry of Employment and the Economy, Finland
Finnish Labour Market Confederations 

For information on the scientific program please contact:
Prof. Mikko Härmä, FIOH, mikko.harma(at)

For information on payments, please contact:
TAVI Congress Bureau
E-mail: www2013[at]
Tel: +358 3 233 0400

Modified 19.12.2013