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ILC-UK are once again looking for someone to speak for 10 minutes on the plenary platform in front of 250 people at our annual Future of Ageing Conference (29th November, London).
“Auto-enrolment has successfully led to millions more saving each month towards a pension, but the Committee is right to call for action to get people saving more. We are pleased they support our recommendations to consider automatic escalation of pension contributions for some individuals, and we agree that a strategy is needed to automatically-enrol the self-employed."
This report presents findings from a new economic model on cost-benefit analyses for differing uptake and efficacy scenarios for the English flu vaccination programme.
From big data to blockchain, and gamification to AI and robotics, can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisations?
This is the first in a series of short ILC reports exploring the relation between demographic forces and macroeconomic outcomes.
For the last century, adult life expectancy in the UK has been growing apace although these improvements have not been equally shared between its citizens.
This report, supported by ARCO discusses the issue of terminology around later life housing and housing-with-care in the UK and other international contexts.