‘Aged people are an asset to society’ – Finnish candidate Hamro-Drotz

Candidate to the European elections 2019, candidate Filip Hamro-Drotz supported AGE’s manifesto:

‘The Manifesto is a positive signal to all concerned about the role of aged people as an asset in society, based on life- and professional experience – a resource which offers strong add-value to a well running society. Age-discrimination would hamper this potential.’

Filip Hamro-Drotz

Mr Hamro-Drotz is candidate on the list of the Swedish-speaking party Svenska Folkpartiet i Finland SFP-RKP, affiliated to the European ALDE party.

Mr Hamro-Drotz worked for the confederation of Finnish industries and was permanent delegate to the European business organisation Business Europe in the 80s. He also served for OECD’s Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Committee and the Baltic Business Advisory Council. He was member of the European Economic and Social Committee, including a role as Vice-President of the Employers’ Group.

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