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City and Regional Age-friendly Strategies from Other Countries

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In this section you will find Age-friendly Strategies from international cities and regions.  You can review National Ageing Strategies from other Countries under the Informed National Strategies and Plans section of the Research Centre.

 

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Canada - Nova Scotia: Strategy for Positive Aging in Nova Scotia Seniors Secretariat - Nova Scotia Seniors Secretariat - Nova Scotia 2005 Go to website or Download Read more details
UK - Camden: A borough of opportunity for people in their 50s and beyond London Borough of Camden London Borough of Camden November 2008 Go to website or Download  
UK - Camden: The Quality of Life Strategy for Camden's Older Citizens London Borough of Camden London Borough of Camden  May 2002 Go to website or Download Read more details
UK - Edinburgh: A City for all Ages - Edinburgh's plan for older people (Summary) The City of Edinburgh Council The City of Edinburgh Council 2007 Go to website or Download  
UK - Kensington and Chelsea: A Bright Future for Us All - An Older People's Strategy for Kensington and Chelsea 2007 to 2017 The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea  2007 Go to website or Download  
UK - Lewisham: Ageing well in Lewisham - a draft well being strategy for older people 2007 - 2010 Lewisham Council  Lewisham Council October 2007 Go to website or Download  
UK - London: What makes a city age-friendly? London's contribution to the WHO's Age-friendly Cities Project Biggs, Simon Prof; Tinker, Anthea Prof and Rossall, Phil Help the Aged UK and King's College London 2007 Go to website or Download  
UK - Manchester: Towards a Quality of Life Strategy for Manchester's Older People Manchester City Council  Manchester City Council   2004 Go to website or Download  
UK - Manchester: Valuing Older People Update Report 2004 - 2008 Manchester City Council  Manchester City Council   2008 Go to website or Download  
UK - Sheffield:  Sheffield First Partnership - Strategy for an Ageing Population Sheffield First Partnership Sheffied First Partnership April 2006 Go to website or Download  
US - New York City: Toward An Age-Friendly New York CIty: A Findings Report The New York Academy of Medicine The New York Academy of Medicine  September 2008 Go to website  

 

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