How can we ensure that everyone in Estonia will have a fulfilled old age? How can we facilitate people working until retirement age and beyond?
Since the beginning of 2016, the Estonian Cooperation Assembly has been creating a new vision of seniority. At the same time, the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Finance have completed a joint analysis on the national old-age pension sustainability. A broad public debate about the possibility of raising the retirement age and needs has begun on the basis of that. During the Pension 2050 conference, we are looking for answers to “What can we do for a person to manage after retirement?”. This is also a topic in the final discussion of the conference.
At the conference held in Tallinn University, participants will receive information on state plans for pension system reform, what challenges are faced by other countries and what we can learn from them. In the second part of the day, we will look for answers to if and what people themselves can do to ensure fulfilled senior years and how the state can support them.
The event will be held in Estonian, with simultaneous interpretation for speeches made in English.
Register here before 28 October to take part in the conference.
Follow the conference on our Facebook event page here.
The conference will take place in the Euroopa hall of Tallinn University’s Astra-building.
Additional information: Liisi Uder, Pension 2050 Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 640 8716
CONFERENCE AGENDA (download pdf-file)