Fédération internationale des associations de personnes âgées (FIAPA)
International Federation of Associations of the Elderly
Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Personas Mayores
Internationale Organisation für Senioren
Federazione Internazionale delle Associazioni di Persone Anziane
Federação Internacional des Associaçôes de Pessoas Idosas
1980-09-26 Paris France
Founded 26 Sep 1980, Paris (France), by associations for the elderly in 4 European countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Spain). Previously also known in Spanish as Federación Internacional de las Asociaciones de Personas de Edad.
Promote the role and place of the elderly in social development; publicize the image and needs of the elderly, carrying their message to international organizations; fight against abuse of the elderly, including financial abuse.
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