Margaret Gillis is the founding president of the International Longevity Centre Canada, part of a global alliance of 17 centres dedicated to the rights of older people. She has long advocated and spoken about human rights at the United Nations and other international organizations, as well as in Canada, on a wide range of seniors’ issues.

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Protecting the rights of older persons

In Europe last year. a number of newspapers and social media outlets laid the blame for the decision of British voters to leave the European Union on older people. One magazine even suggested that the …

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