• Celebrate the UN International Day of Older Persons!

    The 2022 theme of International Day of Older Persons (UNIDOP) serves as a hallmark and reminder of the significant role older women play in traversing global challenges and contributing to their solutions with resilience and fortitude. UNIDOP will be held on 1 October 2022 with celebrations to be held on 3 October 2022. For more […]

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  • Join us in Glasgow in 2023!

    Halò We hope you will join us for the the 2023 Global Ageing Network conference which will be be held from 7-8 September in Glasgow, Scotland. As a participant at a recent Global Ageing conference, you will especially appreciate the value of this event as an opportunity for high-level shared learning and professional networking with […]

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  • OLTCA’s 2022 TiLTC Virtual Conference: Invitation to submit an abstract

    Taking place October 24 – 26, the Ontario Long Term Care Association’s (OLTCA) This is Long Term Care 2022 virtual conference seeks to highlight emerging research, quality improvement initiatives, innovations and expertise that can educate and inspire others in seniors’ care and provide practical strategies that improve quality of care and quality of life. The OLTCA invites change-makers, partners […]

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  • Join us for our July Webinar, “Creating the Age-Tech Ecosystem”

    JDC-Eshel, the largest Jewish humanitarian provider organization in the world, will provide a modified bootcamp on how to create an Age-Tech Ecosystem. An age-tech ecosystem includes cross-sectional stakeholders from the government, public, and private sectors who come together to create innovative and adapted solutions to the challenges of aging. JDC-Eshel has been a pioneer in […]

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  • Join the European Ageing Network for the Care 4.0 Congress in Vienna!

    The International Congress of Managers in the Field of Long-Term Care for the Elderly on 28-30 September 2022 at the AustriaCenterVienna (ACV) is titled “CARE 4.0 – change in competence VIENNA 2022”. It is organized by Bundesverband Lebenswelt Heim in cooperation with European Ageing Network (EAN) and is dedicated to strengthening cooperation in care for […]

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  • The Global Ageing Network 2023 Call for Presentations Deadline is Approaching!

    The Global Ageing Network  is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Scottish Care  and the National Care Forum to co-host the 2023 Global Ageing Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, 7-8 September. Convening under the theme of Care About Our Future: Global Symposium for Sustainable Care and Support, the conference programme will offer an unprecedented […]

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  • Support for South Africa

    Recently, South Africa has experienced horrendous floods in South Africa. Femada Shaman, CEO of an organization in Durban, South Africa called Tafta and a Global Ageing Network Board member shared her recent experience with the resilience and support of the Tafta staff to their residents. It has been a really difficult two weeks. The floods […]

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  • Care Models and Strategies to Dementia Care: An International Perspective

    On 21 April 2022, the Global Ageing Network hosted a webinar that focused care models and strategies to improve dementia care. The webinar was designed to share what advocates and stakeholders have and continue to learn about effective care and support for those living with dementia and their caregivers.  As our speakers have clearly described, […]

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  • Come and Learn about the Opening Doors to Aging Services Initiative!

    We have invited LeadingAge to introduce their new initiative, Opening Doors to Aging Services . OpeningDoors.org is a one-stop shop for the insights, strategies, and resources developed under our initiative. With more attention on our field, we believe now is an opportune moment to reintroduce the aged care sector and showcase the dedicated people who […]

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  • Call for a Convention at the 12th Session of the UN Open Ended Working Group on Ageing (OEWGA)

    After two years of limited participation and virtual meetings, the United Nations Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing (OEWGA) met in-person from 11-14 April 2022 for the 12th working group sessions for the purpose of strengthening the protection of the human rights of older persons. The Global Ageing Network serves as an advocate for the interests […]

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