The project partners have developed two handbooks to raise awareness of the importance of age-friendly environments (AFE) and to develop civic competences in older people so that they become more involved in shaping the built and the social environments in terms of age-friendliness.
The AFE Advocacy Handbook presents the in-class training structure, the training approach and delivery methods and provides numerous training tools to enhance the perception of age-friendliness and to build skills necessary for participation, co-production and influencing the decision making.
The AFE Experience Handbook presents a study visit as a learning method. The handbook contains a description of study visits to age-friendly cities The Hague and Udine attended by selected participants of the AFE Activists training courses delivered by partner organisations. The Handbook can be used as a repository of good AFE practices and as and as a non-formal education resource for older adults.
Open license terms and conditions apply to both publications.