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Congratulations to Our Colleagues Recognized by United Nations 2022 Healthy Aging 50
These allies have been selected from the approximately 500 nominees working to transform the world into a better place to grow older. Each has supported our work and our advocacy. Gray Panthers NYC eagerly looks forward to continuing to work together on this vital global endeavor.
Ashton Applewhite -- Activist, author, presenter, thought leader, ThisChairRocks.com / OldSchool.info
Jane Barratt -- Secretary General, International Federation on Ageing
Marie Beaulieu -- Researcher and Professor, Research Centre on Aging and University of Sherbrooke
Krishna Gautam -- Chairperson, Ageing Nepal
Claudia Mahler -- UN Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons, German Institute for Human Rights / UN Special Procedures
More about the The Healthy Ageing 50: Government, civil society, industry and academic leaders transforming the world to be a better place in which to grow older.
The UN Decade of Healthy Ageing (2021-2030) is an opportunity to work together to improve the lives of older people, their families, and the communities in which they live. As the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing approaches its 20-year milestone, there is an opportunity to generate renewed momentum for action.
The Decade sets an ambitious vision, but leaders all over the globe are already working to transform the world to be a better place to grow older. Across governments, civil society, academia, business, media, and local communities, these leaders are trailblazers in what they do and how to do it.
The Healthy Ageing 50 recognises their contributions and showcases their work as inspirational exemplars of what individuals are already doing to make the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing’s goals a reality.