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    • Why ageing should be a concern for the World Humanitarian Summit
    • English
    • 2.5 mb
    • 2015

    HelpAge International's submission to the World Humanitarian summit. Includes recommendations on delivering appropriate humanitarian response in an ageing world.

    • Global AgeWatch Index 2014: A summary
    • English
    • 972 kb
    • 2014

    A summary of the Global AgeWatch Index 2014: Insight report, presenting an overview of the social and economic wellbeing of older people around the world.

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    • AgeNews Asia/Pacific 16
    • English
    • 846 kb
    • 2016

    This edition of AgeNews features the UN Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) on Ageing and provides examples of older people-led innovative activities. It demonstrates how much older people can do with their creativity and energy, both for themselves and for their society.

    • Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion in Humanitarian Action
    • English
    • 2.1 mb
    • 2015

    The Minimum Standards are intended to inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities and not excluded. If you face any problem related to accessibility of the Minimum Standards, please contact us at adcap@helpage.org.

    • Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion (plain black-and-white version)
    • English
    • 909 kb
    • 2015

    The Minimum Standards are intended to inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities and not excluded.

    • Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion (plain blue-and-yellow version)
    • English
    • 915 kb
    • 2015

    The Minimum Standards are intended to inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian programmes across all sectors and phases of response, and in all emergency contexts, ensuring older people and people with disabilities and not excluded.

    • We can also make change: Full report
    • English
    • 5.8 mb
    • 2015

    This report draws on the real-life stories of persons with disabilities and older people, as told to researchers by persons with disabilities, family members of persons with disabilities and older people themselves.

    • We can also make change: Summary
    • English
    • 3.5 mb
    • 2015

    This summary draws on the real-life stories of persons with disabilities and older people, as told to researchers by persons with disabilities, family members of persons with disabilities and older people themselves.

    • Why ageing should be a concern for the World Humanitarian Summit
    • English
    • 2.5 mb
    • 2015

    HelpAge International's submission to the World Humanitarian summit. Includes recommendations on delivering appropriate humanitarian response in an ageing world.

    • Policy Mapping on Ageing in Asia and the Pacific: Analytical Report
    • English
    • 949 kb
    • 2015

    With the United Nations Population Fund support, HelpAge International commissioned a mapping of policy and legislation on ageing and older people in 26 countries across the region. This document presents the findings of the review.

    • Data Mapping on Ageing in Asia and the Pacific
    • English
    • 668 kb
    • 2015

    This study documents ageing data provided by surveys, censuses, and Demographic and Health Surveys for 25 Asia-Pacific countries. It evaluates the content of data sources, assesses their comparability and highlight best practices and gaps.

    • Main elements of a new legal international instrument to promote and respect the rights and dignity of older persons
    • English
    • 254 kb
    • 2015

    This submission looks at the main elements of a new legal international instrument to promote and respect the rights and dignity of older persons.

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