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National Dementia Strategies

A snapshot of the status of National Dementia Strategies around Europe

The Glasgow Declaration 2014 called for the creation of a European Dementia Strategy and national strategies in every country in Europe. The signatories also called upon world leaders to recognise dementia as a public health priority and to develop a global action plan on dementia.

The European Union conducts various activities to address the challenges of dementia, which can be found here. The number of countries recognising dementia as a priority and developing national strategies has continued to grow in recent years.

In the following country profiles, a basic overview of the country's national dementia strategy is provided, as well as relevant documents and links to further information. For countries without a strategy, the most recent information on its development (or a past strategy), have been included.


Last Updated: Wednesday 01 September 2021