Geneva, 22 September 2022 – Fifty individuals around the world have been recognized as part of the first-ever Healthy Aging 50. Leaders are making the world a better place to age. Individuals were evaluated by an expert panel of judges across international organizations with over 500 nominations across all Sustainable Development Goal regions.
“The United Nations Decade of Healthy Aging offers us an unprecedented opportunity to put in place the right policies and services so that more people can experience a healthy old age and take care of themselves. – President of the World Health Organization: “What and how can we do, with often limited resources, to improve the health and well-being of older people?” We are delighted to recognize these world-changing leaders who show how
This year’s Healthy Aging 50 recognizes inspirational champions who showcase what’s already possible in the field of healthy aging, whether at a local, national, regional or global level. From combating ageism and developing an age-friendly environment, to implementing integrated care and ensuring access to long-term care, Healthy Aging 50 demonstrates how actions taken across the sector will impact the aging populations of current and future generations. It shows that we can transform our world to meet the needs and aspirations of people. Man.
You can find the full list of this year’s 50 Healthy Aging on the United Nations Decade of Healthy Aging Platform here. Also, see the stories and achievements of government leaders, civil society representatives, academics and experts from around the world. Support older adults, their families and communities in unique and impactful ways.
The launch of Healthy Aging 50 marks the 20-year milestone of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Aging (MIPAA) and the second year of the United Nations Decade of Healthy Aging (2021-2030). The United Nations Decade of Healthy Longevity is a call for multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral cooperation to create a world in which everyone lives longer. healthy life. The Madrid International Plan of Action on Aging, adopted at the Second World Conference on Aging in April 2002, sets out how the world can address the critical challenge of building a society for all ages. It showed a turning point.
Healthy Aging 50 is a United Nations Decade of Healthy Longevity initiative supported by the International Labor Organization (ILO), the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Secretariat (UN DESA), World Economic Forum (Forum) and World Health Organization (WHO).
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