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Our Vision and Mission | Age Action

The vision of Age Action is that Ireland becomes the best country in the world in which to grow older. Read more about our organisation's vision and mission.

open eir Silver Surfers Awards with Age Action

Nominations are now open for the open eir Silver Surfer Awards with Age Action, which take place in February 2017. Nominate someone today!

Age Action | For all older people | Our core values

At the heart of our work are 16 core values which inform and guide every aspect of our advocacy, services, policies and practices.

Age Action | Media & Press

Member of the media? We can provide you with information and spokespeople for radio and television appearances.

Annual Reports | Age Action

Age Action publishes its annual report and accounts every year. Access our annual reports here.

Age Action | Recruitment & Jobs

There are often careers opportuniities with Age Action. Find out more about current job openings.

Board of Directors | Age Action

Find out more about the Board of Directors of Age Action.

Age Action | Staff

Find out more information about the Age Action staff.

Contact Us | Age Action

Depending on your needs, there are several easy ways to contact Age Action. Find out more here.

Age Action | Corporate Governance

Learn more about how we aim to achieve the highest standards of corporate governance.

Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images and Messaging

As an associate member of Dóchas we commit to a set of principles that we will avoid stereotypical or sensational images from the developing world.

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Time to speak out about elder abuse

National Safeguarding Committee abuse campaign

Earlier this week the HSE reported that almost 8,000 cases of alleged adult abuse were reported in 2016. But only six per cent of these cases were reported by the alleged victim or a family member. Today, on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we must face the reality that we're failing to speak out about elder abuse in Ireland.