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CARDI outlines Key Components for the National Positive Ageing Strategy in its submission to the Office for Older People, DOHC
Date published:5 October, 2009
Region:The Island of Ireland
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The Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI) is a not for profit organisation developed by leaders from the ageing field across Ireland (North and South) including age sector focused researchers and academics, statutory and voluntary with support from the Atlantic Philanthropies.
We welcome the opportunity to present this submission on the National Positive Ageing Strategy as we consider that the development of this Strategy has the potential to refocus and prioritise ageing policy across government. We make this submission on the understanding that as the Strategy develops further consultation will take place and that the principle of engagement of older people will be central.
CARDI’s submission details the key components that should underpin and frame the Strategy; provides comment on the institutional arrangements, current public policy initiatives and learning from an all island perspective.
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