WeDo launches its website

After developing a European Charter of the rights and responsibilities of older people in need of long-term care and assistance and its accompanying guide (more information: as part of the EU funded EUSTACEA project, AGE has been coordinating the two-year running project “WeDO: A European Partnership for the Wellbeing and Dignity of Older people”, since December 2010. The project, which gathers 18 partners from 12 different member states, seeks to promote quality long-term care standards within the EU.

The WeDo project has just launched its new website:

The WeDo website will provide a wealth of useful information and examples of good practices on the topic of long-term care and the fight against elder abuse. You can also register to the project’s monthly newsletter.

For more information on the WeDo project and AGE’s work in the field of elder abuse, please contact Maude Luherne at

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