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Recorded Webinar: Towards A Convention on the Human Rights of Older Persons

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The United Nations Charter, recognizes the “fundamental human rights, and the dignity and worth of the human person”. Over the years, special UN Conventions, addressing the rights of Women, Children, Indigenous Persons and Persons with Disabilities, have been developed and adopted. To this day, there is still no Convention uplifting the rights of Older People, despite the hard work and persistent calls for it by numerous organizations around the world and in Canada.

On Dec 2, 2020,

 Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario and the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse hosted a webinar, Towards a Convention for the Rights of Older People. This webinar discussed:

With panelists:


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    Healthy Aging CORE Team

  • Published

    Dec 05, 2022

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