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CER Lecture Series 2022: Addressing Ageism today - Trudy Corrigan and Mary Harkin & Ciaran McKinney (Age & Opportunity) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lorraine Ni Ghairbhith
21:55
Delighted to hear we can access recordings as I cannot stay
Pat McKeown
29:31
Yes - I can see the recording On
ken Byrne
30:57
40
Katherine Molloy
31:05
80
Anne Walsh MacEoin C
31:05
100
Joanna Ozarowska
31:11
80
Pat McKeown
31:11
Over eighty
Anna marie Gaines
31:12
85+
Catriona Murphy
31:17
No number can be considered old
Celine Heffernan
31:25
80+
Martin Brown
31:27
90
Priyanka Borpujari
32:04
for online dating, it's old at 35 when you're a woman; it's never old for a man!
Trudy Corrigan
32:53
Yes Priyanka that is true. Really interesting to see all of the definitions of what is old or ageing?
Martin Brown
33:43
I hear the term e.g. 80 years Young in the states which I really like.
Veronica Crosbie
35:33
Things haven’t changed since Bridgerton times, Priyanka!
Priyanka Borpujari
36:12
God be with the kids born today who will live till 100...
Trudy Corrigan
36:33
Yes Martin I agree 80 years young
Katherine Molloy
37:27
dead
Martin Brown
37:29
Dying.
Claire Ginnetty
37:31
growing
Celine Heffernan
37:33
We're not living!
Catriona Murphy
37:39
Growing and developing
Pat McKeown
37:48
Living in the present time (Being present)
Michael Keegan
38:00
Developing and learning
Veronica Crosbie
38:13
We ARE ageing but it depends how you define ageing!
Priyanka Borpujari
40:03
I think death at a certain age depends on where they are at life: my father died at age 78 (which is not young). But he had us kids at much "later" in life, so hence his death age was "young"
Martin Brown
42:20
Very poorly.
Priyanka Borpujari
01:09:54
if others can mute, maybe we can hear Mary speak clearly?
Priyanka Borpujari
01:11:46
This is a series that The Guardian had started called "A new start after 60"https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/series/a-new-start-after-60
Michael Keegan
01:12:25
An example. I am 65, a Learning & Development professional who is now retired but wanted to work. I offered my services to The National Learning Network as a Trainer having originally being told that my experience would be invaluable. They then said at 65, they were unable to employ me.
Priyanka Borpujari
01:12:39
My research at DCU looks at aging, gender and social media. With my background in journalism, I'd LOVE to explore possibilities to create something like that Guardian series here in Ireland. Would love to connect with anyone who might be interested
Ciarán McKinney (he/him) Age & Opportunity
01:13:41
Hi Priyanka, Ciaran.mckinney@ageandopportunity.
Priyanka Borpujari
01:15:10
Thanks Ciaran, sending an email
MARIE CAWLEY
01:15:23
How can Age and Opportunity better affect policy change?
Celine Heffernan
01:22:31
Apologies I need to attend another meeting but I really enjoyed the conversation today, thank you for organising!
MARIE CAWLEY
01:23:26
How might Age and Opportunity better affect policy on intergenerational learning between educational settings and older people?
Mariana Colman
01:25:51
Thank you for joining us today. You can access to the CER lectures series and material at https://www.dcu.ie/engaged-research
Anna marie Gaines
01:26:03
Hi Trudy thanks so much these opportunities are very very valuable and necessary. Please keep me informed in future of other events and that conference - it sounds great.! Thanks very much,
Joanna Ozarowska
01:26:24
Thank you Trudy, Mary and Ciaran
Anna marie Gaines
01:26:50
Thanks Mary and Ciaran. Keep fighting the good fight.