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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.

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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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  • Everybody’s Oma – a family’s dementia journey
    11:30 -12:30
    2022.05.17

    At this event organised by the Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN) Australia on Tuesday 17th May from 11:30-12:30 AEST, you can meet the creators of Everybody’s Oma, a personal story about one family’s dementia journey. During lockdown, Jason van Genderen’s playful video experiments helped his mother, Hendrika, make sense of her home isolation.

    When she moved from living at home to supported care, Jason’s creative approach found hope amidst the heartbreak. In this webinar, Jason and his wife Megan will share their tips for doing dementia differently. They also provide some valuable insights into advocating for a family member in hospitals and aged care homes. Sign up today!

    Find out more and register here.

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