Campaign for a new intergroup on demographic change and solidarity between generations

In order to promote the realisation of the calls included in the AGE Manifesto, we have started our campaign for a new intergroup on demographic change and solidarity between generations. An intergroup on demographic change would allow to discuss important transversal topics: demographic change, active and healthy ageing, the future of social protection, the emerging EU Silver Economy, age-friendly environments and intergenerational solidarity and a sustainable future for all generations

Flyer on supporting an intergroup on demographic change and solidarity between generations

An intergroup is an unofficial body of the European Parliament, bringing together MEPs from at least three political groups who want to build a common understanding of an issue of their interest. The intergroup would be a continuation of the intergroup on active ageing and solidarity between generations, which existed in 2014-2020 and previous intergroups reaching back until 1982. Currently, a few MEPs are spearheading the campaign for an intergroup, the decision on its re-establishment will be held this autumn.

If you are an MEP and want to support an intergroup, please contact Philippe Seidel or Estelle Huchet of the AGE Secretariat.

AGE has created a flyer (to the left) to call for support on an intergroup on demographic change and solidarity between generations.

Supporters of the re-establishment of the intergroup

These MEPs have already vowed to support the re-establishment of an Intergroup on Demographic Change and Solidarity between Generations:

Read about what the 2014-2019 Intergroup subgroup on Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations has achieved.

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