According to the approved work plan of the Norwegian Fund Supported Project (http://www.manorquality.eu/), HU11-0002- B1-2017, entitled "Quality Life 50+", the Fact Institute based in Pécs.

According to the approved work plan of the Norwegian Fund Supported Project (http://www.manorquality.eu/), HU11-0002- B1-2017, entitled "Quality Life 50+", the Fact Institute based in Pécs is the co-operating partner of The Workshop and methodology fair in Alsomocsolad on October 12. On this occasion Dr. László Tistyán, managing director, presents the institution he manages.
What was the primary objective of establishing the Fact Institute (Pécs)?

What are the most important results of the past two decades?
Dr László Tistyán:
- The Fact Institute was established in 1991 by dr. Zsuzsanna Füzesi and László Tisztán. The founder  of the Institute was inspired by the recognition that the practical utilization of the results of social sciences research that is carried out by the relevant expert groups from different qualifications, professional language, etc. as a result they can not properly implement it.

The most important goal of the Institute was, therefore, to offer the results of social sciences in the form of practical concepts and programs for local or national "decision-making groups".
"Since the establishment of the institute about 25 years ago, the Institute has produced numerous results that can not be listed here. However, what can be highlighted is that our program, which has been existeing for nearly a decade, has been the community-based health plan and has been based on the quality of life-building programs that are based on the intellectual and material resources of the communities in particular places (towns, settlements or even institutions).
 

What will be your mission in this 2 month period for the institution you have led in the new Nordic Fund award awarded by the Norwegian Fund?
Dr László Tistyán:
- The Fact Institute is participating in this program for a research period. The so-called. Qualitative (ie non-quantitative but qualitative information) research, based on in-depth interviews, aims at exploring the preparation, ideas, and mobility intentions of the elderly and the elderly - in a simpler way: preparing for the elderly.

Do you consider the current social acceptance of domestic aging so far from their work?

Do you think what is the most important responsibility for the elderly in preparing for old age?
Dr László Tistyán:
- The answers has already written above: the Hungarian society has no elaborate picture of the elderly age, the elderly. Instead, he has stereotypes with fewer or fewer realities, and outlined partial problems along the lines of political interests.

- Answering to this question, "what is the most important responsibility for the elderly in preparation for the elderly" - I do not want to emphasize the responsibility of the society or the stakeholders - as the two can be interpreted merely as one or the other side highlighting would make false statements possible. Preparing for the elderly and promoting and supporting this preparation is the same responsibility of society as it is for those concerned. Without one, the other can not prosper.