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The project "Silver Age" for Kaliningrad residents was launched at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

In July, the project “Silver Age”* was launched at Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. The project is aimed at helping senior citizens to preserve and maintain active longevity. It is implemented within the Lithuania-Russia Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 and is financed by the European Union and the Russian Federation.
In this project, the IKBFU’s partners are Kaliningrad Regional Scientific Library (Russia) and Marijampole Petras Kriauciunas Public Library (Lithuania).
At the meeting, which took place on July 20, the colleagues discussed organizational issues and drew up the timetable of events.
Within the project, the courses on the English Language, Human Ecology, Participation in Solving Urban Problems, the Use of Electronic Services, and the Development of Creative Skills will be organized for people aged 50+ in Kaliningrad and 60+ in Lithuania. Training materials for each course are supposed to be developed and published too.
The free English language course starts in Kaliningrad in October 2021. Currently, enrolment in this course is taking place for everyone aged 50+.
The contact person: Yulia Goncharova, Project Manager (e-mail:
* The full name of the project: "Silver Age: Cross-Border Social Integration through Education".

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