The Global Campaign to Combat Ageism hopes to engage governments, United Nations and other multilateral agencies, private sector (including International business associations), philanthropic foundations, non-government organizations, academic and research institutions, professional associations, youth and older people’s organizations and a range of other stakeholders. It is critical that these stakeholders from many different sectors (e.g. social services, health, education, labor, media) and disciplines, from a wide variety of constituencies that independent and collectively drive the campaign locally, nationally, regionally and globally to reach people ‘where they are.’
We are reaching out to identify who is already working to End ageism (i.e. change how people think, feel and act towards age and ageing) so that we can build on what exists.