Inclusive Europe Improve the image of older people and promote a more positive vision of ageing. Active participation of older people by co-determination and recognition of their achievements in society. To overcome age discrimination and realisation of solidarity and justice between generations. Extensive fight against poverty and social exclusion. Social economy Looking beyond quantitative measures of social and economic interactions. A mix of Keynesian and Schumpeterian policies as an alternative to neo-liberal economics. Promotion of work and employment for older persons, strengthening of employment rights and a human migration policy. Support challenging stable jobs for older workers. Fundamental right of an old age in material security and secured purchasing power of the pensions. Social welfare No “Two-Class-Medicine” – medical care independent of age and status. High quality affordable long term care. Securing mobility and new accommodation forms for senior citizens. Promote accessibility in all areas to support independent living. Support the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities as a tool to adapt urban spaces to the needs of the EU’s ageing populations. Long life learning Proper access to knowledge, education, further training, culture and information. Make appropriate use of the knowledge, experience and know-how of older generations by promoting intergenerational learning and exchange at work. Foster informal and non-formal learning for all in order to facilitate their active participation in society.