AGE member organisation Old’Up, from France, will debate the European elections from the point of view of older persons in ParisContinue reading “AGE member Old’Up: ‘Let’s wake up, our Europe’ on 1 April in Paris”
More than seventy years have passed since the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 and still, some people cannot enjoy their right to vote.
How is the disability movement addressing the European elections? Many common points exist between persons with disabilities and older persons: older persons are more likely to have a disability and issues of legal capacity, accessibility and access to information are important to many older people. Inclusion Europe is an organisation who fights for the rights and the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities and their families. We present their manifesto for the 2019 elections.Continue reading “Inclusion Europe: What about the right to vote?”
Here comes a major occasion to both reshape the European
Union to bring it closer to its citizens – of all ages – and silence the
ageist misconceptions picturing older adults as not forward looking. As
a civil society network, AGE will strive for older citizens to be heard
during the coming campaign and will record any commitment by candidates
so that the next mandate of the European Parliament is used for sound
achievements towards a more inclusive Europe for all.