The CASE research centre is responsible for one of Lund University's thematic collaboration initiatives. The thematic collaboration initiatives are part of an initiative to contribute to the solution of key societal challenges.
Lund University’s thematic collaboration initiatives create a vibrant meeting hub for knowledge exchange within a specific problem area relevant to society at large.
The CASE research centre works in close collaboration with a number of actors inside and outside academia within Lund University’s thematic collaboration Social Rights and Housing for the Ageing Population.
The creation of good living conditions for the ageing population is a challenge faced by modern societies across the globe. More knowledge is needed about inclusive, long-term sustainable housing options for the ageing population and the creation of residential areas that benefit healthy ageing, regardless of an individual’s access to resources.
The collaboration initiative Social Rights and Housing for the Ageing Population is a hub for knowledge exchange in the areas of housing and residential areas. The goal of this particular thematic collaboration initiative is to generate knowledge that will have an impact on the housing stock and housing policy of the future.
- The Faculty of Medicine
- The Faculty of Law
- The Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering (LTH)
- Fojab arkitekter
- The City of Helsingborg
- Karlshamnsbostäder AB
- miThings AB
- PRO – Swedish National Pensioners' Organisation
- Riksbyggen AB
- SPF Seniorerna – The Swedish Association for Senior Citizens
- V&A (Public & Science)
- Österlenhem AB
- Region Skåne
Examples of research projects related to Social Rights and Housing for the Ageing Population
- RELOC-AGE: How do housing choices and relocation matter for active and healthy ageing?
- Older adults living in disadvantaged areas
- Socially sustainable housing policies for people ageing with disability: producing a knowledge base supporting participation and active citizenship
- Specialist eldercare for people with substance abuse and complex needs: Promising practices or institutionalized ageism?
- Building egressibility in an aging society
- Perceived housing and life transitions: Good ageing-in place
- Simulation models that enable long-term prediction and cost-benefit analysis related to housing adaptation needs for a population ageing in place
- Integration of an accessibility database and research based methods for improved physical accessibility in public environments
- GenerationTech – Ageing, technology and health from a generational perspective
- Equitable accessibility by public transport: Moving from static analysis to incorporating time-space dynamics
- Decision support system for improved accessibility in multi-family housing
- Transdisciplinary research to optimize active and healthy ageing in and out of the home
- Categorisation supporting the implementation of universal design in Sweden
Professor och project coordinator
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susanne [dot] iwarsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
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oskar [dot] jonsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se