EURAG - European Federation of Older Persons
Fédération européenne des personnes âgées (EURAG)
Federación Europea para los Ancianos
Bund der Älteren Generation Europas
Federazione Europea delle Persone Anziane
Founded 1962, as European Federation for the Self-Help of the Elderly, as an informal working party of European old-age associations. Incorporated, 1966, in Luxembourg. Subsequently changed into European Federation for the Welfare of the Elderly and EURAG - European Federation of the Elderly. Current English title adopted 1 Jun 2002.
Promote maintenance of an independent life; strengthen participation in decision-making and support European integration; promote self-help; improve elderly people's situation and integration in society; safeguard financial security; prevent discrimination on grounds of age; develop potentials.
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