Skip to main content

Publications

Displaying Results 1 - 20 of 69

- English
The population of the UNECE region is ageing: one in four people will be 65 years old or above by 2050 compared to one in six today. Population ageing has social and economic implications for which societies need to prepare. This requires a coordinated, whole-of-government and whole-of-society effort to bring societies and economies into harmony with demographic change, otherwise known as ‘
- English
The most recent in the series of Policy Briefs on Ageing is "Mainstreaming Ageing - Revisited" See all "Policy Briefs on Ageing"
- English
Mainstreaming ageing is a policy strategy directed towards integrating ageing issues into all relevant policy fields on all levels, which helps to adapt to population ageing and ensure the integration of the needs of all ages groups, including older persons, into the policymaking process. The Guidelines for Mainstreaming Ageing outline five stages that support countries in establishing a
- English
The 2018 Active Ageing Index Analytical report jointly launched by UNECE and the European Commission shows that since 2008 most countries in the European Union have improved their overall AAI scores.Progress has been strongest for women. The report presents the latest AAI calculations and progress over time. The Active Ageing Index is a practical tool for policymakers that helps identify
- English
The Road Map for Belarus is the fourth in the Road Map for Mainstreaming Ageing series. It is the result of a close collaboration between UNECE and the Governement of Belarus and a comprehensive participatory process that took place in the country
- English
Five years after the regional ICPD Beyond 2014 review process and the adoption of the 2013 Chair's summary, UNECE and UNFPA have collaborated to report on the achievements and challenges faced by member States in the implementation of the recommendations contained in that outcome document. This report highlights key population and development trends affecting the UNECE region since the adoption
- English
This publication documents the third cycle review and appraisal of the implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action and its Regional Implementation Strategy (MIPAA/RIS, 2002) in UNECE member States between 2012 and 2017. The regional review concluded with the 4th UNECE Ministerial Conference on Ageing held in Lisbon, Portugal, on 20-22 September 2017. The Ministerial Conference,
- English
This publication is the third UNECE's report on country-level projects entitled Road Maps for Mainstreaming Ageing, undertaken in UNECE member States at the request of their Governments.(Road Map - ECE-WG.1-22)
- English
The contest was launched as a joint project of the UNECE and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) at the beginning of 2014. A small committee selected ten winners who received their 50 Lari cheques at an award ceremony organized in the UN House in Tbilisi in July. Many of the older writers travelled across the country to take part in the event. They gave little speeches and read poems
- English
Twenty years after the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo in 1994, the United Nations prepares to report on achievements and setbacks in the implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action (PoA), drawing on the results from the ICPD Beyond 2014 review process. UNECE and UNFPA conducted the review in the UNECE region, which resulted in this report and the
- English
По прошествии двадцати лет со дня Международной конференции по народонаселению и развитию (МКНР), состоявшейся в 1994 году в Каире, ООН готовится отчитаться о достижениях и задержках в реализации Программы действий (ПД) МКНР, основываясь на результатах процесса обзора «МКНР после 2014 года». ЕЭК ООН и ЮНФПА провели этот обзор в регионе ЕЭК ООН, результатом чего стали настоящий доклад и
- English
The 2013 regional conference was attended by 300 participants from governments, Members of Parliament, academia, civil society and youth organizations. Official delegations from 43 UNECE countries were present. The conference endorsed the Regional Report and advanced the discussion on the population and development agenda beyond 2014 based on the findings and recommendations from the three
- English
This publication aims to diffuse the Conference proceedings to a wide audience, inspire broad public debate, and raise awareness of the issues surrounding the ageing of UNECE Member states, especially as concerns the need for appropriate policy responses to this demographic change.Document TitleClick icon to download pdf  TITLE, FOREWORD and CONTENTS
- English
This publication is the second UNECE's report on country-level projects entitled Road Maps for Mainstreaming Ageing, undertaken in UNECE member States at the request of their Governments.Document TitleClick icon to download pdf  TITLE, FOREWORD and CONTENTSPDF EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, STATEMENT BY MOLDOVA
- English
To allow individuals to live and age actively, societies have a responsibility to invest in conducive frameworks. Such investments can take place in the prevention and health care sectors, in education and labour markets. At the same time, citizens should be able to rely on a supportive infrastructure in case of real need and frailty.The in-depth discussion on active ageing during the UNECE
- English
This publication is the first UNECE's report on country-level projects entitled Road Maps for Mainstreaming Ageing, undertaken in UNECE member States at the request of their Governments.Document TitleClick icon to download pdf  TITLE, FOREWORD and CONTENTSPDF EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, STATEMENT BY ARMENIA,
- English
This publication discusses intergenerational family relationships in the context of ageing societies. It evolved in the framework of the Multilinks research project and is based on data from the Generations and Gender Programme (GGP). The GGP is a system of national Generations and Gender Surveys (GGS) and contextual databases, which aims at improving the knowledge base for
- English
Since 2000, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has coordinated the Generations and Gender Programme, which combines data collection with analysis of demographic trends and the roles of different factors that influence them, that of public policy in particular. To discuss how the results of this region-wide programme can be used in developing
- English
Download brochure on Generations and Gender Programme:ENGFRERUS
- English
Document Title Click icon to download pdf   TITLE, PREFACE and CONTENTS PDF   CHAPTER 1León Ministerial Declaration : A Society for All Ages: Challenges and Opportunities