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The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) is a futures organisation focussed on some of the biggest challenges facing Government and society in the context of demographic change.

We ask difficult questions and present new solutions to the challenges and opportunities of ageing. We undertake research and policy analysis and create a forum for debate and action.

We also host an annual Future of Ageing Conference to assemble representatives from Government, business, academia and civil society to discuss how the UK can meet the challenges and the opportunities of a rapidly ageing society. For more information, please click here.

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NEWS:

The ILC-UK has launched a Commission Inquiry on Health and Wellbeing Innovation, supported by Audley Retirement Villages and EY.

However, the analysis also finds the higher the proportion of over 70s in a local population, the higher the rate of productivity growth

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PUBLICATIONS

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.

A report from the Commission on Dementia and Music.

This scoping review provides an overview of the current literature on inequalities in later life.

This research report from ILC-UK and the Uncertain Futures consortium examines extended working lives, the life course and retirement transitions.

BLOGS:

A focus on intergenerational inequalities risks side-lining the importance of other inequalities, including intragenerational, and may lead to the misjudged policy solutions.

Today’s local elections are widely touted as being a sure-fire success story for the Labour Party, but demographic changes since 2014 suggest it may not be as simple as that.

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