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Annual Report 2020–2021

EAAA has established itself as a vital peak body representing more than 50 stakeholders across Australia, each with the vision and passion to end elder abuse in our society.
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Annual Report 2019–2020

EAAA is a specialist organisation with knowledge of issues that impact older people and their families, communities and broader society. Our board represents advocacy groups that are strong advocates on elder abuse in their jurisdictions.
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Call to action on the national plan to respond to abuse of older Australians

A Call to Action

In committing to a National Plan to Respond to the Abuse of Older Australians (2019–2023), the Meeting of Attorneys-General has demonstrated it understands the importance of addressing elder abuse
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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is designed to raise awareness of elder abuse, and to unite in our efforts to stamp out the physical, financial, and mental abuse that too many of our older citizens experience.
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Our nations shame

Our Nation's Shame

A diverse group of organisations and peak bodies have committed themselves to the goal of ending elder abuse and neglect of older people. Together, we have produced this document to inform a new National Plan that will be effective, achievable and targeted.
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Our nations shame - Action plan

EAAA Sector Led Action Plan

Shining a spotlight on our nation’s shame, the uncomfortable truth about elder abuse and neglect. For too long, mistreatment of older Australians has been allowed to worsen without substantive and co-operative efforts to generate change.
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