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World Health Organization ‘Global Report On Ageism’ Outlines Framework For Action

Category: Museums and Aging

In collaboration with the United Nations, the World Health Organization released its " Global Report on Ageism " and issued a call-to-action for all ages. The 200-page report defines a myriad of ways ageism manifests in both younger and older people. It summarizes the most effective strategies known to reduce ageism and concludes with three recommendations for action, including fostering intergenerational interaction.

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