Current Status of International Longevity Alliance

Created on Jan. 16, 2013, 12:05 a.m. by Hevok & updated by Hevok on May 2, 2013, 5:28 p.m.

The International Longevity Alliance is launching its initial website, so it's a good time for a quick update on what is going on.

We have already been moving fast and now at five months of existence, we are accelerating further:

  • Our Facebook groups (mainly under the web-name “Longevity Party”) now include over 5000 members and activist groups have emerged in 35 countries, from Mexico to Japan, from Finland to South Africa, and from the US to Russia.

  • Currently we are in the process of official registration as a non-profit, non-governmental international public association. Several options for registration are considered, mainly in the US and EU, that would ensure the optimal and egalitarian international cooperation.

  • Petitions in support of research of aging and longevity are being promoted in the EU, US and Russia.

  • On December 12-14, the first unofficial summit of our alliance leaders and activists will take place during the Eurosymposium on Healthy Aging in Brussels. Representatives are expected from all across Europe, the US, Israel, Korea and Russia.

We are looking forward to keeping up the momentum for the sake of achieving healthy longevity for all!

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