Age Friendly Communities - CURA
Age-Friendly links

The age-friendly initiative is not new. Since 2006, age-friendly communities across the globe in 33 countries have been working to improve the quality of life for their citizens. To learn more about the age-friendly initiative, visit the following Web sites.

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Manitoba links

Age-Friendly Manitoba Web site
(developed in collaboration by the Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba and Manitoba Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat)
http://www.agefriendlymanitoba.ca/

Manitoba Seniors & Healthy Aging Secretariat
http://www.gov.mb.ca/shas/index.html

City of Winnipeg: Accessible and age-friendly services
http://www.winnipeg.ca/interhom/accessibility/

Association of Manitoba Municipalities
http://www.amm.mb.ca/

Seniors Resource Network of Manitoba
http://seniors.cimnet.ca/cim/19C44_50T2811.dhtm

SpeakUp Winnipeg
http://www.speakupwinnipeg.com/blog/

Canada links

Age-Friendly Communities hub
afc-hub.ca

Ontario

Niagara Community Observatory, Brock University
http://www.brocku.ca/nco/policy.php

Age Friendly Communities, University of Waterloo
http://afc.uwaterloo.ca/index.html 


International links

International Federation on Ageing (IFA)
http://www.ifa-fiv.org/

World Health Organization (WHO) Ageing and life course

United Kingdom

Age-Friendly Ireland
agefriendly.ie/agefriendly

Manchester City Council Valuing older people
www.manchester.gov.uk/vop

Newcastle University, Institute for Ageing and Health
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/iah/


United States of America

New York
AdvantAge Initiative
http://www.vnsny.org/advantage/index.html

Washington
Designing the age friendly workplace
The University of Washington and the Department of Labor & Industries
www.agefriendlyworkplace.org