The Heritage Foundation is proud to be the host organization for the 12th International Federation on Ageing Global Conference
. The event is scheduled to be held in Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad from the 10th – 13th June 2014. The themes for the conference would be "Health, Security Community"
As President of IFA, I have great pleasure in welcoming you to India for this important global conference.
India is an ancient civilization known for hospitality and nonviolence. India has made tremendous progress since independence especially in last two decades and it has withstood damage during global economic crisis. The cultural uniqueness of India will leave you spell bound portraying the Unity in Diversity. The Indian hospitality and the deliberations during the 12th International Federation on Ageing
will make your visit memorable.
Even though the conference secretariat is no longer accepting abstract submissions, interested parties can still register to attend the conference. Participating in this conference will give you the unique opportunity to attend high-level plenary sessions and interactive concurrent sessions, to hear captivating keynote speeches, to expand your professional network, and more.
rates are now available including a 'one day only' rate
for the 2nd day of the conference. Learn more here
and register today!
The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) is an international non-governmental organization with a membership base of NGOs, the corporate sector, academia, government, and individuals spanning 73 countries. The IFA believes in 'generating positive change for older people throughout the world by stimulating, collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information on rights, policies, and practices that improve the quality of life of people as they age. Priorities are to establish the IFA as a point of…
Connecting the Dots: Formal and Informal Care
5th Senior Government Officials Meeting
10 June 2014
The Senior Government Officials Meeting (SOM) is an opportunity for senior government officials and Ministers to meet and examine current trends in policy and practice on specific areas of interest in light of the increasing population ageing. This SOM will focus on connecting formal and informal care. Senior government officials and Ministers will consider the challenges and barriers that hinder the connections between formal care and informal caregiving and by examining existing trends will determine potential policy options to enact positive change in their respective countries.