Glasgow declaration

Alzheimer Europe, a non-governmental organisation aimed at raising awareness of all forms of dementia, launched the Glasgow Declaration on 20 October 2014, which was adopted unanimously by delegates from 26 member organisations. The declaration calls for the creation of a European Dementia Strategy and national strategies in every country in Europe. The signatories also call upon world leaders to recognise dementia as a public health priority and to develop a global action plan on dementia.

The declaration was signed by 5.079 individuals, 96 organizations and 82 policy makers (of which 62 Members of the European Parliament) until 30 September 2015.

The Glasgow Declaration may be signed by individuals, organisations and policy makers. The deadline is 30 November 2015.


2016-02-09T16:30:34+01:00 17. 11. 2015|news|0 Comments

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