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Retirement is the withdrawal from one's position or occupation or from one's active working life. A person may also semi-retire by reducing work hours.

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Organizations relating to Retirement

European Pension Fund Investment Forum / Est. 1994
European Union for Retired People / Est. 1984
International Employment Law, Pensions and Employee Benefits Alliance / Est. 2001
International Association of Former OEEC and OECD Staff / Est. 1972
Former Officials Association Turin / Est. 1991
European Senior Service Network
World Pension Institute
European Pension Committee / Est. 1987
Association of the Pensioned Staff of the Coordinated Organizations and of their Dependants
Retired Senior Volunteer Program International / Est. 1984
Inter-American Foundation for Development and Creation of Workers' Pension Funds
Financial Executives International / Est. 1931
Retraites santé Tiers-monde
Association of Retired Persons International / Est. 1963
Pensioners for Peace International / Est. 1981
International Network of Pensions Regulators and Supervisors / Est. 2000
European Federation of Retired and Elderly Persons / Est. 1993
British Association of Former United Nations Civil Servants / Est. 1977
AARP International / Est. 1958
International Association of Retired NATO Civilian Staff and their Dependents / Est. 1987
Nordic Association of Former International Civil Servants
Pacific Pension and Investment Institute
Institute for European Social Protection / Est. 1989
European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions / Est. 1994
Crescendo Worldwide Network / Est. 2001

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World Problems relating to Retirement

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Denial of right to retirement
Insufficient retirement funds
Late pregnancies
Crisis in long-term pension funds
Discrimination against women at retirement age
Unequal distribution of old age pensions between men and women
Retirement as a threat to psychological well-being
Boredom of the elderly
Unemployment of educated older people
Unequal pension rights
Irresponsible insurance practices
Decline in employer-provided pensions
Inadequate housing for the aged
Complicity in social welfare abuse
Abuse of health welfare benefits
Inadequate income in old age
Inflexible military thinking in industry

Action Strategies relating to Retirement

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Privatizing state pension funds
Financing retirement
Investing retirement funds
Denying right to retirement
Escalating pension costs
Reducing pension costs
Providing invalid pensions
Providing old-age pensions
Providing for retired staff
Democratizing pension funds
Reducing threat of retirement
Networking the elderly

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