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The Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Older People, Age and Ageing is one of the most well established Cross Party Groups in the Parliament. Age Scotland is currently the secretariat for this group, which is convened by Sandra White MSP, and deputy convenor Nanette Milne MSP.
Older people are an important and growing demographic in Scotland . The wide range of topics and issues that impact upon them are becoming increasingly important to politicians. As such, The Cross Party Group on Older People, Age and Ageing has a variety of interesting and engaging debates on issues such as healthy living, housing, care standards and much more.
It is a opportunity for those working with older people and older people themselves, to come together and debate current issues with MSPs. This helps to drive and shape the policy agenda for older people in Scotland. The group is made up of representatives from across Scotland and includes the third sector, parliamentarians and service providers.
Anyone is welcome to attend the Cross Party Group The group holds meetings on a quarterly basis within the parliament and regularly has guest speakers.
The minutes from previous meetings can be found here.
Forward dates for the diaryThursday 24th April 2014-Ending Loneliness and Isolation-Committee Room One-1pm-2pm
For more information or to join the Cross Party Group please contact Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org
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