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COTA Victoria invites you to the launch of: An Agenda for Ageing in Victoria.
You will hear why Action on Ageing should be a priority for the state and have an opportunity to talk to Members of parliament.
COTA alongside an alliance of leading organisations are calling for a bi-partisan approach to planning for our current ageing and future selves.
The Alliance of organisations supporting an Agenda for Ageing include: The National Ageing Research Institute, Victorian Council of Social Services, Health Issues Centre Victoria, Palliative Care Victoria, Dementia Victoria, Victorian Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisation, Carers Victoria, Ethnic Communities Council Victoria, Consumer Action Law Centre, Link Community Transport, Financial and Consumer Rights Council, Walks Victoria, Housing for the Aged Action Group, Val’s LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care, Residents of Retirement Villages Victoria, Fair Go for Pensioners, Mental Health Victoria.
Speakers: Dr Kay Patterson AO – Age Discrimination Commissioner
Prof Brian Howe AO – former Deputy Prime Minister
When Tuesday 27th March
1pm – 3pm
Location: Spring street
Legislative Council Committee Room
Spring Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Bookings essential by Thursday 22nd March, 2018
If you require assistance to book please call 9655 2125.
Book soon as seating is limited.
Please allow at least 15 minutes for security screening. Early arrival essential.
Photo identification is required
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An Agenda for Ageing is supported by the following alliance of organisations
Council on the Ageing Victoria (including Seniors Rights Victoria)
Health Issues Centre,
Victorian Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisation,
Victorian Council of Social Services,
National Ageing Research Institute,
Ethnic Communities Council Victoria,
Housing for the Aged Action Group,
Consumer Action Law Centre,
Financial and Consumer Rights Council,
Link Community Transport,
Palliative Care Victoria,
Val’s LGBTI Ageing & Aged Care (GLHV),
Fair Go For Pensioners,
Residents of Retirement Villages Victoria,
Mental Health Victoria.