Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Attendees at Aarp Global Aging Conference Call for New Directions
[21 November 2004 - PRNewswire-AsiaNet - London] More than a hundred opinion leaders from the worlds of government, business, labour, media, academia and non-governmental organisations gathered in London this past week to begin a conversation on ways to address the challenges and opportunities associated with global aging. The attendees were from the Group of Seven (G7) nations: France, Germany, Italy, UK, Japan, US and Canada, and representatives from Australia and the E.U. The conference, in part, was shaped by the findings of a ground breaking international opinion poll that found global aging to be a priority among the G7 countries, but found those same nations unprepared to deal with the implications that may result. The conference was sponsored by the AARP Global Aging Program and the Financial Times. ...


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