Ageing and Invisibility
Emilio Mordini, Paul de Hert
IOS Press, 2010 - Medical - 222 pages
Providing an overview of the process of e-inclusion for older people and addressing the ethical, social and legal aspects of the process, this book is suitable for researchers, policy-makers, organisations and companies, as well as for those with an interest in the identification and promotion of good practice within an ageing society.
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Chapter One The EU and the eInclusion of Older Persons
Chapter Two Ageing in the Information Society
Chapter Three The EU Legal Framework for the eInclusion of Older Persons
Chapter Four On Private Life and Data Protection
Chapter Five On Consent
Chapter Six A Survey of Technology for the Elderly
Chapter Seven Good Practices in eInclusion
Chapter Eight Ethical Recommendations
Making Visible the Frail Amongst the Aged
Action Plan active ageing ageing population Ambient Intelligence applications areas assistive technologies Brussels challenges chapter concerned consent context Council of Europe cultural data protection demographic ageing devices digital divide Directive disabilities discrimination e-health e-inclusion ECHR Economic and Social ECtHR eGovernment EHRR elderly persons electronic employment environment ethical Europe’s European Commission European Council European Economic European Parliament European Social Charter European Union extended middle age final Flexicurity frail frailty guidelines Gutwirth Hert HLEG Report human rights law implementation increase individual information society integrity International Internet June labour market Lear Lisbon agenda Lisbon strategy living Member monitoring needs networks OECD old age older persons op.cit organisations paragraph participation personal data physical practice principles promote Recommendation RFID Riga Declaration risk robots role senior citizens SENIOR project Social Committee social exclusion Treaty users vulnerable workshop