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Cyclone Phailin response: An opportunity to learn?

14 October 2013

The pictures emerging from Odisha (formerly known as Orissa) an Indian state on the east coast by the Bay of Bengal after cyclone Phailin are astonishing, and make the currently very low number of reported fatalities all the more... Keep reading

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Older people's work should be recognised

25 July 2013

In just three weeks the Photo Competition on the "Working Elderly" became a people's research project, revealing the widespread and diverse nature of older people's work. With nearly 3,000 pictures uploaded it is a permanent online record of older... Keep reading

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Photo competition: India's working older people

10 July 2013

A national photo competition on the "Working Elderly" in India, which reveals the widespread and diverse nature of older people's work has had over 900 pictures uploaded and over 9,000 votes in just a week. It was inspired by... Keep reading

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International Women's Day: Eliminating violence against women

08 March 2013

It's been a really exciting first week here in New York at the 57th UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). This year the theme is eliminating violence against women and girls, which has received strong support from... Keep reading

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Linking lives in Brussels

19 October 2012

My name is Karel, I‘m 23, live in Prague and have been involved in HelpAge’s Make it Ageless campaign since the beginning of the year. I attended the recent meeting in Brussels with HelpAge to call on the EU... Keep reading

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