Discover how to involve older persons in your age-friendly initiatives
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New WHO handbook on age-friendly environments now available!
The Covenant on Demographic Change gathers European public authorities, at local, regional and national level, and other relevant stakeholders, committed to develop environments that support active and healthy ageing, enhance independent living and well-being of older persons, and create a society for all ages.
In the Nordic region, life expectancy is increasing, and the elderly population is growing. It is of course a positive development that more people are living for longer, but it also entails major...Read more
On 12 April 2018 the European Commission organised a workshop on Co-creation of a Quality Label for Citizen Centric cities and regions, which aims to set up a label for local and regional...Read more
If ranked among sovereign nations, the European Silver Economy (the economy of the population over 50) would currently be the third largest economy in the world, behind only the USA and China. And...Read more