Fédération européenne des retraités et des personnes âgées (FERPA)
European Federation of Retired and Elderly Persons
1993-04-29 Madrid Spain
Founded 29-30 Apr 1993, Madrid (Spain), at founding congress, when constitution, Charter and programme were adopted. Derives from a Comité de coordination des travailleurs retraités (CCTR), following decision adopted, Dec 1991, Amsterdam (Netherlands), by Executive Committee of D-XD0688 - European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), and new structure presented, Jun 1992, Geneva (Switzerland).
Represent retired and elderly people in dialogue with European institutions; protect retired workers in harmony with ETUC, within the framework of social dialogue and at a political and institutional level.
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