Parliamentary question - E-004836/2021Parliamentary question
E-004836/2021

    Follow-up to the Commission Green Paper on Ageing

    Question for written answer  E-004836/2021
    to the Commission
    Rule 138
    Milan Brglez (S&D), Jarosław Duda (PPE), Klemen Grošelj (Renew), Predrag Fred Matić (S&D), Sara Cerdas (S&D), Irena Joveva (Renew), Marc Angel (S&D), Atidzhe Alieva-Veli (Renew), Magdalena Adamowicz (PPE), Pernando Barrena Arza (The Left), Carles Puigdemont i Casamajó (NI), Clara Ponsatí Obiols (NI), Antoni Comín i Oliveres (NI), Elżbieta Kruk (ECR), Rovana Plumb (S&D), Olivier Chastel (Renew), Robert Hajšel (S&D), Alex Agius Saliba (S&D), Estrella Durá Ferrandis (S&D), Radka Maxová (S&D), Miriam Lexmann (PPE), Ivan Štefanec (PPE), Bronis Ropė (Verts/ALE), Manuel Pizarro (S&D), Maria da Graça Carvalho (PPE), Aurore Lalucq (S&D), Anna Júlia Donáth (Renew), Sylwia Spurek (Verts/ALE), Cláudia Monteiro de Aguiar (PPE), Monika Beňová (S&D)

    In spring 2021, the Commission launched a consultation on ageing following the publication of its green paper. The increase in longevity opens up new opportunities for older persons if their fundamental rights are respected and society becomes more inclusive. However, the green paper did not address the issues of non-discrimination and equal rights for all ages. Both the Council[1] and Parliament[2] recently called for responses to be grounded in human rights principles and solidarity between generations.

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