Executive Director Jean Georges, June 2024Alzheimer Europe's June 2024 newsletter brings you the latest news on developments in the dementia field, across Europe and beyond.

Summaries of a few of our top stories appear below.

Our monthly newsletter reaches upwards of 10,000 people, who have an interest in dementia, from across Europe and beyond.

We are always happy to receive feedback, or suggestions regarding news items to share.


9 June: Alzheimer Europe’s Dementia Pledge 2024 campaign draws to a close after EU elections

Alzheimer Europe 2024 EU Elections campaign graphicFollowing the European Parliament elections between 6 and 9 June, Alzheimer Europe’s #DementiaPledge2024 campaign has drawn to a close. With 304 candidates signed up to the pledge, Alzheimer Europe broke its record of 230 candidates signed up in the run-up to the 2019 elections.

14 June: Programme for the 34th Alzheimer Europe Conference in Geneva is now online!

34AEC Geneva teaserAlzheimer Europe, Alzheimer Schweiz Suisse Svizzera and Alzheimer Genève are pleased to announce that, following the review of all submitted abstracts for the 34th Alzheimer Europe Conference (#34AEC), taking place from 8-10 October 2024, in Geneva, Switzerland, a detailed programme for the conference is now available on the Alzheimer Europe website. We look forward to seeing you there. Please take advantage of the Early Bird registration fees, which are only available until 15 July!

17 June: Alzheimer Europe presents the 45th edition of Dementia in Europe magazine

It is with great pleasure that we introduce the 45th edition of our Dementia in Europe magazine, which contains many important updates on European and national policy developments in the dementia field, as well as touching on areas related to dementia research, care and awareness-raising.

21 June: AGM elects Board of directors and approves 2023 Annual Report

AGM 2024Alzheimer Europe is pleased to announce its new Board of directors and to present its 2023 Annual and Financial Report. These are just two of the important outcomes from the organisation's Annual General Meeting (AGM), which took place in Luxembourg on 18 June 2024. The 2023 Annual Report was published online on 21 June.