"Violence and Abuse against the Elderly"
Ariela Lowenstein, Israel, reporting
On February 5, 2009, the Center for Research and Study of Aging and the MA Dept. of Gerontology at the University of Haifa, Israel, held a conference on "Violence and Abuse Against the Elderly", collaborating by the Israeli Ministry of Senior Citizens, who also funded the conference. The conference was chaired by Prof. Ariela Lowenstein, head of the Center and INPEA European Regional Representative.
Click here for report .pdf (56kb)
2009 Executive Officers Election News
INPEA Board of Directors
Confirm 2009 Executive Officers Nomination Committee
T. Nhongo, Chair, Lynn McDonald, Simon Biggs, Co-Chair, Laura Machado and Wayne Felding will seek viable candidates for President, Vice President, Secretary General and Treasure.
As nominations closed FRIDAY May 15, 2009 12 Noon EST., President, Lia Daichman, expressed her satisfaction noting"the ease of the new "online" process, "... "was truly participatory"... over 30 INPEA Regional, National and UN NGO Representatives had a voice.
Hosted by the Czech Government, and Zivot 90, Director Jan Lorman, INPEA Cz Republic and included numerous INPEA members:
Lia Daichman, MD., INPEA President, Ariela Lowenstein, PhD, INPEA Rep. to Europe, Bridget Penhale, INPEA Board Member, Giovanni Lamure, INPEA Italy, Joseph Hoerl, INPEA Austria, Susan Somers, INPEA Secretary General, and others from International NGO's such as Irene Hoskins, IFA, and Ann Sophie Parent, Age Platform.
WORKING BEYOND RETIREMENT
Today's world is that of refiring and not retiring. The era of retiring into one's village, parlour or the garden behind the home is changing into amazing new careers. The modern world has created an array of careers, such as part-time lecturing, consultancy, speakers, contract searching for the retirees. These new found careers are becoming the norms, as great number of people are being retired daily.
Click here to download full report (.pdf 31kb)
For further info, e-mail to: the gambia apea or tapea.elder protection
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2009
4th Global Celebration
Journée internationale de sensibilisation aux abus envers les aînés
July 5, 2009, Paris, France
Save the date
Thanked for his special interest in WEAAD and Elder Abuse, with a Special Report,
"INPEA's European Representatives Respond to Elder Abuse",
prepared by Ariela Lowenstein, INPEA, EU RRep. for
WEAAD 2009, Paris
(click here for INPEA EU Report)
INPEA wishes to thank
for helping to make
WEAAD 2009 a success.
"Thanks to All of You!"
for participating in
the 4th Global WEAAD 2009 - Paris
Thanks to Cynthia Thomas, WESTAT, and all INPEA's family who planned events and contributed
to this outstanding video production. And, Lynn Mc Donald and N.I.C.E. for WEAAD o9 Websupport.
LECTURES: ELDERLY PEOPLE AND THEIR RIGHTS
A social, legal and family approach
On August 27 and 28, 2009, the first series of lectures on “Elderly people and their rights”, took place on Cordoba, (Argentina) organized by CEPRAM ( Center for the Promotion of Elderly People ) Outstanding experts of our country met for the event and discussed the topic from a social, legal and family approach.
Dr Lia Daichaman, President of INPEA ( International Net to Prevent Abuse and Ill treatment to Elderly People, included in the UN ), Dr Isolina Dabove, head of the only research center in the country on Rights for Elderly people, Dr Hilda Marchiori, a professional specialist on Human Rights and Victimology, and Dr Andres Urrutia, coordinator of CEPRAM and Professor on Adulthood and Senescence in the National University of Cordoba, were in charge of the dissertations.
These lectures were in memory of a student in Cepram, Tere Matusevich, murdered on August 7, 2007, a case which still remains unsolved, a case that claims for justice.
5th World Ageing & Generations Congress, Sept. 3-5, 2009
St Gallen, Switzerland
The World Demographic Association - - Program (click here)
National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan (NPEIV)
Invitation to attend the 3rd Think Tank being held September 21 and 22, 2009
prior to the 14th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma in San Diego.
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United Nations Observances
International Day of Older Persons
1 October 2009
The theme this year is
"Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the International Year of Older Persons: Towards a Society for All Ages"
International Day of Older Persons
"Aging Activism: A Global Tool to Create a Society for All Ages"
THURSDAY, 8 OCTOBER 2009
9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Economic and Social Council Chamber
United Nations Headquarters, New York
SAVE_THE_DATE.pdf ** Info http://ngocoa-ny.org/
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Luncheon to Honor Dr. Alexandre Sidorenko
Why a European Strategy to combat
Elder Abuse against Older Women (EUSTaCEA)?
by Anne-Sophie PARENT, AGE Director
Our EUSTaCEA project aims at developing a European Strategy to combat elder abuse against older women which will include a European Charter and toolkit to be used as awareness raising tools by AGE members and partners to prevent abuse against older women and vulnerable older men, and to promote quality guidelines for eldercare services. Our project has evolved a lot since it started in December 2008. The first year of the project was devoted to the drafting of the European Charter of rights and responsibilities of older people in need of long-term care and assistance. The work has now started on the accompanying toolkit which will explain how the rights included in the Charter can be implemented.
Click here to download EUSTaCEA Newsletter November 2009 (.pdf 233kb)
I personally wish each and all of you a very happy, peaceful and fun festive holiday season, and all health and prosperity in 2010.
Thank you for wonderful and gratifying camaraderie, co-productivity and support in 2009!
Lía Daichman, MD
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Symposia and Papers Due: December 1, 2009
Posters Due: December 18, 2009
National Summit on Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Across the Lifespan:
Forging a Shared Agenda
February 24-26, 2010
Sheraton Dallas Hotel
For further info go to www.npeiv.org.
Click here to download an overview of what the summit includes and submission criteria.
2009 INPEA OFFICER ELECTION CANDIDATES
STATEMENTS AND BIOGRAPHIES
(In Alphabetical Order)
CANDIDATES FOR THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT
GLORIA GUTMAN, CANADA (CLICK HERE FOR STATEMENT- CV - BIO and Rosalie Wolf Award)
ASTRID STUCKELBERGER, SWITZERLAND
CANDIDATES FOR VICE PRESIDENT
ARIELA LOWENSTEIN, ISRAEL (CLICK HERE for BIO) Rosalie Wolf Award
BETTY MALKS,USA (CLICK HERE STATEMENT AND CV)
CANDIDATES FOR SECRETARY GENERAL
SUSAN SOMERS, USA (CLICK HERE RESUME)
CANDIDATES FOR TREASURER
MIGUEL ANGEL ACANFORA, MD, ARGENTINA (CLICK HERE CV AND RESEARCH INTEREST)
CYNTHIA THOMAS, USA (CLICK HERE STATEMENT AND BIO)