Summary election program 2018-2022
Summary election program 2018-2022 Elderly Appèl Eindhoven
Respect for the aging man
Social justice for all people
Generations, young and old who stand up for each other
Passing on a sustainable society
First to put the municipal finances in order
Build a senior friendly city
Creating a link between the knowledge economy and the people who need care and help
Participation in the municipal elections
Take responsibility in the college of burgomaster and aldermen
Do not spend more money than it receives
Being active in neighborhoods and associations in the city
Key points from the election program 2018-2022
1. Putting finances in order
Increasing the municipal budget by a strong lobby in The Hague and using subsidy plans from Brussels. Restore the budget by reducing the number of alderman from 7 to 5. Abolishing the Cultural Foundation and assessing the subsidies for usefulness and necessity.
2. Eindhoven a senior-friendly city
Participation in the international network of the UN World Health Organization in the area of parent-friendly cities.Eindhoven is the center of new technology. Smart products for the elderly are developed here. This has a positive appeal to innovative companies. Eindhoven as a testing ground for new developments for the elderly.
3. Eindhoven a safe city
A city should offer its citizens security 24/7.
We correct young people who have a tendency for criminality. Education, government, parents and youth care are coordinated.
The municipality arms itself against cybercrime.
4. Eindhoven the two speeds
We do not accept that children grow up in poverty. Every child is entitled to a breakfast before the start of the school. We offer them opportunities.
We offer people in poverty support schemes. We are not going to cut short on this. We offer the homeless bed, bath and bread.
Eindhoven is an open city. Excepting expats, there are also asylum seekers and status holders, those people who flee from war violence are also welcome.
5. Eindhoven Life Long learning
Promote cooperation between MBO schools and the business community.
To bind students to the city after their studies by offering work and living space.
Setting up a central information and guidance point for older people who want to develop their knowledge by attending a course or a studie.