International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG)
1950-12-03 Liège Belgium
3 Dec 1950, Liège (Belgium), as International Association of Gerontology (IAG) -- Association Internationale de Gérontologie (AIG) -- Asociación Internacional de Gerontologia -- Internationaler Verein für Gerontologie, at 1st International Congress of Gerontology, in continuation of 'Club for Research on Ageing', set up in 1938, UK, by V Korenshevsky. By-laws recently amended: 1981, 1985, 2013. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 15 Mar 1952. Present name adopted 2005.
Promote gerontological research in the biological, medical, behavioural and social policy and practice fields; promote training of highly qualified personnel in the field of ageing; promote issues of member gerontological organizations in all questions relating to foreign or international matters.
Events2021-06-20 | Buenos Aires, Argentina – Quadrennial World Congress
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Council; Executive Committee; Standing Committees (4): F-XJ8167 - African Research on Ageing Network (AFRAN); IAGG-Gerontology Students Organization (IAGG-GSO); F-XF6643 - International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA); D-XD7096 - International Society for Gerontechnology.
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