European Cinema for Active Ageing /CINAGE
Project number: 538672-LLP-1-2013-1-PT-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
CINAGE - a Grundtvig multilateral project, supported by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme - was composed of interlinked activities resulting in the production of a learning package, for use by adult educators and aimed at empowering older people towards achieving a more active ageing.
- Included activities:
- Research on the topics: "active ageing and learning for active ageing", "European cinema and ageing" and "models of competencies for active ageing";
- Focus groups who, through analysis of European films, have addressed vital competencies for a healthy old age;
- Production the CINAGE package focused on the active ageing process by the medium of cinema;
- Pilots actions to test the package and where participants made the CINAGE short-films at cinema workshops, addressing key competencies to be healthy in older age;
- Valorisation workshops and a final conference.
- Progress Report
The CINAGE Progress Report was approved by the European Commission / Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) on 28 Nov. 2014.
In the overall evaluation, is pointed out that:
"... CINAGE work in progress at interim stage demonstrates that arts and cinema-based adult education can be well implemented and with good results while well planned and monitored...”.
For further details about the work undertaken you can read the full Public part of the Progress Report.
The CINAGE Final Report was approved by the European Commission / Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) on 19 Feb. 2016. The feedback received could not have been more laudatory!
“ CINAGE aimed at producing, testing and validating a package of film-oriented tools and learning strategies which form the basis for a cinema course for older people. The project objectives were fully reached, results and products of very good quality were developed, tested and validated as declared.
The course is composed of 6 modules including short films and several supporting documents (e.g. guide, manual) which are also of very good quality and fit to the purposes planned, The course represents a very remarkable outcome. The project website is attractive, well-structures and available in four languages. The project outcomes are presented here consistently. The use of social media complement the online project information well. The sustainability of the project outcomes will be ensured by their implementation in partners and stakeholders training activities”.
For further details about the work undertaken you can read the full Public part of the Final Report.