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Global Alliance releases joint statement
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Global Alliance launches the
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The Global Alliance

Established in 2011, the Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People

was born out of the need to strengthen the rights and voice of older people globally.

2021-02-25T12:59:06+00:00

Our Voices, Our Rights

‘Nobody likes to live a life depending on others. People should have freedom to live their life according to their wishes’, voiced a 68-year-old woman from Nepal.

2020-11-27T15:37:13+00:00

New GAROP leadership team

The GAROP Steering Group appointed a new leadership team in November 2020. The new Chair is Dr. Kiran Rabheru and you can read his message here.

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Why do we need a convention for older people?

Age discrimination and ageism are tolerated across the world, and older people experience discrimination and the violation of their rights at family, community and institutional levels.

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Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People

Established in 2011, the Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People was born out of the need to strengthen the rights and voice of older people globally. Today, GAROP is a network of over 380 members in around 80 countries worldwide, united in our work to strengthen and promote the rights of older persons. GAROP is governed by a global Steering Group elected by our members and its work is supported by a Secretariat Coordinator.

WHO WE ARE

The mission of the Global Alliance is to support and enhance civil society’s engagement at national, regional and international levels on the need for a new international instrument on the rights of older persons

The Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People seeks a world in which older persons live free from discrimination and are able to fully enjoy their rights.

Our core values are partnership with, inclusion of, and the promotion of participation by older people in decisions that affect their lives. We respect the rights of all persons regardless of age, race, color, disability, gender, language, religion, sexual orientation, political views, national or social origin, class and birth or property status.

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  • UN International Day of Older Persons (UNIDOP) 2021
    08:00 -11:30
    2021.10.01

    UN International Day of Older Persons (UNIDOP) 2021 is being presented by UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) and the NGO Committees on Ageing in New York, Geneva and Vienna. This year’s theme of “Digital Equity for All Ages” predicates the need for access and meaningful participation in the digital world by older persons. The 2021 UNIDOP will provide a platform for multi-stakeholder dialogue and serve as a call to action. The #UNIDOP2021 will adopt a person-centered, human rights approach to ensure digital equity including adequate policies, access, digital literacy and safety for individuals of all ages.

    The event will take place on October 1, 2021 at the following times:

    Click here to learn more.

    Click here to register.

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  • Your Wellbeing: Social and Emotional Strategies
    11:30 -12:30
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    Join OPAN for this new webinar series exploring wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Over the coming weeks we bring together researchers, health and wellbeing experts and people with lived experience to share their tips and advice that can support your wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Hear from our panel of experts who will explore how to maintain your social and emotional needs during COVID-19.

    In webinar 3 on Tuesday 12th October (11:30 AEST) Your Wellbeing: Social and Emotional Strategies we will cover:

    • Impact of COVID-19 on social and emotional well-being.
    • Staying connected with others.
    • Creativity ideas.
    • Mental health and social supports available.

    Click here to read more and register.

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  • Health and Human Rights in the Climate Crisis: Charting Challenges and Solutions
    09:00 -23:00
    2021.10.21-2021.10.29

    This conference will take the form of a series of keynote addresses, panel discussions and workshops over the period of 21-29 October 2021 and will be of interest to frontline health workers, human rights advocates, medical professionals, academics, researchers, policy advisors, NGOs and media professionals.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic the world has shown its capacity to mobilise and act in the face of an unprecedented public health crisis. How can we build on this momentum to address the challenges arising from the threat of climate change and its impact on our health?

    In the lead up to COP26, Health and Human Rights in the Climate Crisis: Charting Challenges and Solutions will showcase the research, policies and practice of experts in the fields of public health, climate science, law and human rights to support global developments to address climate change

    Drawing on our shared experiences of increasing climate threats, including fire, floods and temperature rises, the conference will serve as a call to global governments to take urgent steps that recognise the link between the increasing burden on under-resourced public health systems, the exploitation of the natural world and altered climatic conditions.

    *Tickets are inclusive of all conference sessions. Video links will be sent to registered ticket holders prior to the event.*

    Conference convenors

    • Australian Human Rights Institute, University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney
    • Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, University of Southern California
    • The George Institute for Global Health, Sydney

    Click here for more information and to register.

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