The MEP elections in May, 2019, has seen the birth of cross-European healthy longevity politics, but what happened since then? My question is focusing on all-European (cross-European) representation, including the big EU political arena, not on individual countries. Not much. Here are some factors behind this.
Couple months back I published a 3 part study called The missing political philosophy of microstates: longevity, between survival and luxury; conclusion and action with the following summary:
Here’s a new starting point to think of in politics: 1 in 500 voters support healthy longevity politics or at least prioritising aging research dramatically if you consider 0.2% of all valid votes in Germany went to The Party for Health Research (71,000 votes) & 0.2% of votes (3230) in East of England Region went […]
The East of England region of the UK has now an underdog, cross-border, science nerd candidate for the upcoming EU Elections to stand for prioritising health and longevity. Yes, that’s me and am going to be the only truly independent one as well. Coming out of the Chelmsford City Council after I handed in my […]
Health and Longevity Politics Global (HLPG or Longevity Politics for short) is happy to present you with our first interview with non other, than Felix Werth, founder and leader of the German Party for Health Research (PfHR), a unique single-issue political party focusing making medical advances counteracting age-associated diseases as its top priority. Earlier we […]
The German Party for Health Research (PfH) has finalised its election program for the upcoming European elections on 26th, May, 2019. Their main proposal is to allocate 30 billion euros additionally, every year, from the EU budget for aging related research to develop medicines. PfH is the only known single-issue political party, dedicated solely to […]