Press Review: Demographic Change

Did you miss our WeberWorldCafé on Demographic Change in Dortmund? Here we put together the media reporting about the event.


The German newspaper Focus announced the the WeberWorldCafé, and so did the Blog „Modernes Japan“ and the City of Dortmund.


The Japanese newspaper Minami Shinshu reported about the WWC too: The mayor of Iida, Mitsuo Makino, visited Germany and participated in the WeberWorldCafé. You can read the full article in Japanese when clicking on the picture.


And of course we recommend reading the two reports both written by our Science Reporters, you can find an English language article here and a German language article here!


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  1. 11/06/2018

    […] In Februrary, we met in Dortmund to discuss ageing societies, local communities, civic society and a number of related issues in our last WeberWorldCafé Demographic Change: Challenges and Opportunities. […]

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