Wednesday, October 1, 2014


Source: Human Rights Commission, New Zealand

As we observe United Nations' 24th International Day of the Older Persons with carnivals, exhibitions, talks and workshops, let us not forget the plight and rights of millions of the elderly who are living in poverty, who are struggling with poor health, and who are victims of abuse and discrimination.

Singapore is officially celebrating this special day for the first time with a month-long program of activities to engage senior citizens. Click on the links to find out what the government has drawn up for senior citizens in October.

More details at National Council of Social Service FB page.

For more info and to register for the free workshops and talks, visit Council for Third Age portal.

How is your country marking this day? What will you be doing today?

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