Paris Declaration - 2006
100 years ago after Alois Alzheimer first described the symptoms of the disease that was to bear his name, Alzheimer Europe and its member organisations adopted a Declaration on the political priorities of the European Alzheimer Movement at the AE Conference in Paris in 2006.
In this Paris Declaration, Alzheimer Europe calls on European and national policy makers to give Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia the political priority they so justly deserve.
In this section you will find details about the campaign of Alzheimer Europe to make dementia a public health priority and the policy proposals of the organisation in the field of public health, research and medicine, care and social support and ethics and law.
Last Updated: Thursday 22 January 2015