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ILC-Brazil’s report on “Active Ageing: A Policy Framework in Response to the Longevity Revolution” is now available in three languages. Its translation into Spanish has been launched in May.

The Spanish translation of “Active Ageing: A Policy Framework in Response to the Longevity Revolution”, published by ILC-Brazil in English and Portuguese in 2015, has been launched at the School of Public Health of Andaluzia on 11th of May 2016.

The translation was produced with support from Mónica Roque (Government of Argentina), Mayte Sancho (Fundación Matía, Spain) and Victoria Vargas and Giulia Fernández (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Publica (EASP)).

The President of the Province of Granada (Diputación de Granada), José Entrena; the Director of EASP, Joan Carles March and ILC-Brazil’s President Alex Kalache presented at the launch and spoke about Granada’s proposal to expand its work on age-friendly municipalities.

Download the report here.

Contact details: info@ilcbrazil.org

 

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