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Burak Cakmak

Newsmaker Interview with Burak Cakmak: Designing for Social Impact

Burak Cakmak

Dean, School of Fashion, Parsons School of Design

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Danny Sriskandarajah

Sustainable Development For All Ages

Danny Sriskandarajah

Secretary General, CIVICUS

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Debra B. Whitman

Redesigning the Course of Our Lives

Debra B. Whitman

Executive Vice President for Policy, Strategy, and International Affairs, AARP

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Diane Maxwell

Wealth of Generations

Diane Maxwell

Retirement Commissioner, Commission for Financial Capability, New Zealand

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Charles Knox-Vydmanov

A Model Pension Scheme in Africa

Charles Knox-Vydmanov

Social Protection Policy Advisor, HelpAge International

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Pascale Boistard

Bleu, Blanc, Rouge — et Argenté!

Pascale Boistard

Minister of State for Elderly People and Adult Care, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Republic of France

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Cathy Russell

Economic Empowerment of Older Women

Cathy Russell

Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues, US Department of State

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Josh Collett

From the Editor - 2017 Print Edition

Josh Collett

Vice President, AARP Office of International Affairs

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Richard Curtis

Global Goals and Personal Goals

Richard Curtis

Writer, Filmmaker, and UN Sustainable Development Goal Advocate

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Eric Garcetti

Los Angeles Ages Into Excellence

Eric Garcetti

Mayor, City of Los Angeles

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Alana Officer

Stop Defining Me by My Age

Alana Officer

Senior Health Adviser, Department of Ageing and Life Course, WHO

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Shunichi Miyanaga

The Business Case for Older Workers

Shunichi Miyanaga

President and CEO, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI)

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