Global Perspective newsletter for April

The April 2016 issue of our Global Perspective newsletter is now available. This issue includes reports on recent regional conferences in Asia Pacific and the Caribbean and news from the World Health Organisation's January Executive Board meeting, as well as regular features. [Read it now]

ADI Recruiting for Conference and Events Coordinator

5 April 2016 - Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) is seeking a bright and ambitious Conference and Events Coordinator to join our small but dedicated team for a maternity cover contract. This contract will suit either a recent graduate with excellent grades and references or a professional with relevant experience. [Find out more]

‘Positive care in dementia’ project celebrates training of 1000 caregivers

22 March 2016 - Alzheimer Disease International (ADI) is today celebrating the completion of a successful ‘Train the Trainers’ project supporting caregivers to individuals with dementia, being trialled in Greece since December 2015.   [read more]

Landmark publication demands long term commitment to battle dementia

15 March 2016 - More than 30 experts are urging action on Alzheimer’s and other dementias in the April volume of the Lancet Neurology Journal, released today ahead of presentation of a landmark report to the European Parliament Commissioners in Brussels this afternoon. [read more]

National Dementia Plan launched in Indonesia

10 March 2016 - The government of Indonesia has launched its National Dementia Plan in Jakarta during a ceremony at the Ministry of Health, pledging approximately $105,000 to support its implementation during the first year.

ADI launches 'Help for caregivers' booklet in Athens, Greece

7 March 2016 - Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and the Greek Federation of Alzheimer’s Associations launched the ‘Help for Caregivers’ booklet at the Athens Meropeion Foundation on Monday, 7 March 2016. [read more]

Dementia on the WHO agenda

27 January 2016 - ADI is attending the World Health Organization (WHO) Executive Board meeting in Geneva. The meeting is a perfect opportunity to meet with WHO staff, country representatives and other organisations. We look forward to dementia being on the agenda of the next Executive Board meeting in May. [read more]

A look back at 2015

17 December 2015 - 2015 was another busy year for Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), working alongside our extensive network of Alzheimer associations to make dementia a global health priority. These achievements mark another significant step forward to realising our vision of a better world for people living with dementia and their carers. [read more]

UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities - Dementia an invisible disability

2 December 2015 - ADI and Dementia Alliance International (DAI) have joined forces on the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities to call for a global recognition of dementia as an invisible disability. [read more]

Global Perspective newsletter for December 2015

The December 2015 issue of our Global Perspective newsletter is now available. This issue includes a report on World Alzheimer's Month and the Alzheimer University, as well as regular features. [Read it now]