Nordic Network on Dementia and Ethnic Minorities

Written by Kariann Krohne ENIEC-members Reidun Ingebretsen, Elżbieta Czapka, Siiri Jaakson and Kariann Krohne are active in the Nordic Network on Dementia and Ethnic Minorities. In the Nordic countries, it is estimated that half a million people have dementia or mild cognitive disorder. To ensure quality and knowledge across the neighboring countries, a Nordic Dementia […]

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Book: Homecoming

written by Yvonne Witter Eniec members Aziza Aachiche, Wendela Gronthoud, Freddy May and Yvonne Witter have published a book entitled: ‘Homecoming. Housing, care and welfare for older people with a migrant background.’ The demand of elderly people with a migration background does not sufficiently match the supply. Gradually, more initiators are taking matters into their […]

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The Finnish Consortium Has Been Busy with Advocacy Work During Exceptional Autumn

Written by Susanna Lehtovaara As the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic started to affect people all over Europe, we in Finland also needed to re-evaluate our work and tasks ahead. Perhaps unlike the rest of European societies, in Finland we were able to begin some group activities after the summer holidays although with strict safety protocols […]

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“This Is How We Do It!” – The Power of the Network

Written by  Conny van der Aalsvoort This month we organised a webinar in Nijmegen (the Netherlands) on the care for migrant elderly with a team of ENIEC members: Hanna Carlsson, Hatice Bölek, Carolien Smits and Conny van der Aalsvoort. We worked as a well oiled machine to prepare a program with different angles to the topic: family carers, […]

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