Tag Archives: Generation Y

Subcutaneous power for humanity 3 Facing changing attitudes

Facing an other world These friendships I could enjoy at work were of a unity which was the worst to miss, when I stopped my theatrical work. I knew it was something incredible, not many could enjoy so much as … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 1 1940-1960 Influenced by horrors of the century

Places without warrior grounds We may live in a place which has not been a battle ground for many years, but several individuals in that area may have their little wars of arguments and competing beliefs and claims about what … Continue reading

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Ageing and Solidarity between generations

Today Europe is like other continents confronted with the ageing population. Facing the problem of an intense growing older and non-working population the European Commission called for a year of reflection on this problem and instigated the “2012 – European … Continue reading

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Waarom een Europees Jaar van actief ouder worden en solidariteit tussen de generaties?

De bevolking van Europa vergrijst snel als gevolg van lage geboortecijfers en een stijgende levensverwachting. De verwachting is dat het aantal mensen van 65 jaar en ouder ten opzichte van mensen in de werkzame leeftijd tegen 2060 zal zijn verdubbeld. … Continue reading

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The Y generation in conflict with itself

Sometimes humanity comes up with nice words to classify itself. The generation born after the Western post–World War II baby boom (1946-1964) ended some preferred to call them, the generation born between 1964 and 1981, Generation X, commonly abbreviated to … Continue reading

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