Fifth Session of the Open Working Group on Ageing
United Nations Social Development Network (UNSDN)
Fifty-Second Session of the Commission for Social Development
World Youth Report 2013
Report on the World Social Situation 2013
Thirteenth Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Seventh Session of the Conference of States Parties
This year, in commemoration of the International Day of Older Persons (1 October), the theme “The future we want: what older persons are saying” has been chosen to draw attention to the efforts of older persons, civil society organisations, United Nations organizations and Member States to place the issue of ageing on the international development agenda.
The NGO Committee on Ageing is celebrating the 2013 International Day of Older Persons. The commemoration will be held on Wednesday, 9 October 2013 from 10:00 AM-1:00 pm at the United Nations Headquarters (ECOSOC Chamber).
Join the Global Survey for a Better World!
Take the opportunity of celebrating this International Day of Older Persons by voting on what is most important for you and your family. Join the global vote and register your priorities.
To learn more go to: www.myworld2015.org
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Celebrating the international day of older persons? Planning a special activity? We want to know! Email your activities, stories and recommendations to the United Nations Focal Point on Ageing at the Email: email@example.com
Participation of Civil Society Organizations
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