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Nationaler Aktionsplan zur Umsetzung des Zweiten UN-Weltaltenplans, Madrid 2002 und der UNECE-Regionalen Implementierungsstrategie, Berlin, 2002 (National action plan for the implementation of the second UN-International Plan of Action on Ageing, Madrid 2002 and of the UNECE regional implementation strategy, Berlin, 2002)

Federal Ministry for family, elderly, women and youth Government of Germany Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Germany 1 October 2007 Policy document elderly care, social development

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Im Sinn des Zweiten UN-Weltaltenplans von Madrid 2002 stärkt Deutschland die Familien, verbessert die Lebensbedingungen der älteren Menschen und weitet die Solidarität
der Generationen und damit aller Menschen in unserer Gesellschaft aus.

In the sense of the Second UN International Plan of Action on Ageing (Madrid, 2002) Germany aims to strengthen families, improve the life conditions of older people and increase the solidarity between all generations.

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