Didier Coeurnelle

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Didier Coeurnelle in 2014

Didier Coeurnelle is Vice President of AFT-Technoprog. He is also co-chair of Heales (Healthy Life Extension Society), an association that promotes a much longer life in good health. He is member of the board of Humanity+. The association organizes international conferences and publishes a monthly newsletter ("The death of death"). He is a social activist working to promote equality and solidarity at all levels. For more than thirty years, he has been an active member of Belgian environmental movements (Ecolo and Groen).[1]

In October 2018 he was elected to the Board of Directors for Humanity+. He is also one of the main organizers of the Eurosymposium on Healthy Ageing, and co-organized the Longevity Film Competition.

Didier is a member of the board of the International Longevity Alliance, a lifelong member of Longecity, a donor to the SENS Foundation, one of the 300 Members of Methuselah Foundation, a member of the Advisory board of the Lifeboat Foundation and an author (and member of the Advisory board) for the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.

Didier has written two books (in French): Et si on arrêtait de vieillir ! : Réalité, enjeux et perspectives d’une vie en bonne santé beaucoup plus longue (2013) and co-authored Technoprog, le transhumanisme au service du progrès social (2016).[2] [3]

SENS5 - February 2012 - Collective advantages of Life Extension

The Fifth SENS conference. Longevity as a catalyst of non-violence. A longer and healthier life is a good thing for individuals, but it is also positive for the whole society. This speech will give a quick description of positive political, economical and sociological aspects of a world with a largely delayed senescence: lower health costs, lower level of violence, higher level of happiness...[4]

TEDxULB - June 2016 - Staying human by living longer

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