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National Strategic Policy for Active Ageing 2014-2020

National Commission for Active Ageing, Parliamentary Secretariat for Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing, Malta Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Malta 2014 Policy document Older Persons

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National Strategic Policy for Active Ageing 2014-2020

The National Strategic Policy for Active Ageing: Malta 2014-2020 is premised upon three major themes: active participation in the labour market, participation in society and independent living.
It was designed to replace the previously fragmented and widespread policy pertaining to the older persons in Malta. It sets out a policy direction extending to 2020 to plan for Malta’s ageing society. It’s mission statement sets out the concept that older persons will continue to play an active and engaged role in society in Malta.

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