Thirty years of the United Nations and global ageing : an Australian perspective
Over the past three decades, the United Nations (UN) has slowly devoted increasing attention to global ageing. Concern for individually based welfare or health-care programs for older people in developed countries has progressed to also consider the contributions of older people and implications of ageing for socioeconomic advancement in developing countries, including those in Asia Oceania. These shifts are evident in the International Plans of Action on Ageing from Vienna in 1982 to Madrid in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australasian Journal on Ageing 32.2 (2013):28-34|
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