Monthly Archives: October 2012

What’s so special about human rights for older people?

The United Nations has, over the years, passed conventions outlawing discrimination against and protecting the rights of a range of population groups – women, children, refugees, prisoners, people with disabilities. But nothing which specifically covers the rights of older people. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Judith Davey

I cannot remember ever actually deciding what I was going to be when I grew up. After seeing the Tutankhamen exhibition in Cairo at the age of 10, I was determined to become an archaeologist. Then I read a book … Continue reading

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