The European Economic and Social Committee believes that aging in dignity should become a fundamental right. Europeans live longer, and this is good news. But with aging, new social, economic and health-related challenges are emerging which affect both the elderly and their families and societies. For too long this topic has been neglected and the growing needs of older people not anticipated, says the EESC. In its opinion, the EESC highlights the enormous potential older people represent for new jobs and technological progress.
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Decent aging – a human obligation, but also an opportunity for economic progress, employment and innovationNews
CCMI hearing discussed "Economic, technological and social changes in advanced health services for elderly people"