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Salzburg Global Calls for Innovations in Dementia Care and Dementia-Friendly Communities on World Alzheimer’s Day

Salzburg Statement from the program, Changing Minds: Innovations in Dementia Care and Dementia-Friendly Communities, endorsed by health care professionals across the world

Salzburg Global Fellows Call for Innovations in Dementia Care and Dementia-Friendly Communities

Salzburg Global Fellows from Changing Minds: Innovations in Dementia Care and Dementia-Friendly Communities issue call for action

Fellows Develop Salzburg Statement on Social and Emotional Learning in MENAT region

Three-day program in Amman, Jordan, brings together participants from 15 countries

Salzburg Global Fellows Call for Multilingualism and Language Rights to be Valued, Protected and Promoted

On International Mother Language Day, Salzburg Global Fellows call on educators, businesses and governments to promote language diversity as a global norm

Fellows of the Child in the City - Health, Parks and Play Launch Salzburg Statement

Statement says children should benefit from nature - wherever they live, learn and play

Parks for the Planet Fellows Take Up the “Salzburg Challenge”

Since issuing their joint statement, “The Salzburg Challenge”, our Fellows have been busy putting their words into action

Fellows Call for World to Address "Challenge" of Nature, Health and a New Urban Generation

A call to action to connect nature and health to benefit future urban generations

Experts Call for New Approaches to Measure Human Potential

Education experts urge reforms in testing and assessments

A Call to Action - Realizing the Promise of Data

International health care policy and data experts call on policymakers, data holders, including research bodies, industry and individuals to act now to realize the promise of data for health care

Experts Urge Holistic Approach to Aging Societies

The challenge we are facing is not population aging, but outdated and ineffective policies and practices declare Fellows of Salzburg Global Seminar 
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