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Elderly people (65-74 years) and new technologies

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Demographic determinants

Population changes can occur due to variations in the population caused by natural changes and migratory movements.

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Rate for education and training early leavers, by sex

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Population changes and crude rates on a national level

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Participation in volunteer activities and active citizenship

To what point do elderly people participate in political activities? Some 6.5% of men and 4.3% of women aged between 65 and 74 years in our country participate actively in politics.

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Active Ageing Index

This indicator measures the level of independence in elderly people; this is based on variables such as occupation, social participation, independent living and the capacity for healthy ageing.

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