Access to education should be unlimited by age
May 20, 2020
On Thursday, 7 May 2020, the ILC Global Alliance (ILC GA) held a remote meeting of its members to discuss the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on individuals, families and communities. From the meeting, a position statement was prepared. The ILC GA stands united in...
Apr 3, 2020
Responding to the Government’s announcement of its support scheme for self-employed workers last week, the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC) argues that the support package risks excluding a sizeable number of older workers who are already in a vulnerable...
BUDGET RESPONSE: Coronavirus crisis highlights Government failure to adequately invest in prevention
Mar 11, 2020
For Immediate Release 11 March 2020 Coronavirus crisis highlights Government failure to adequately invest in prevention No comprehensive plan of action to respond to the challenges of longer lives Responding to the Budget Statement David Sinclair, Director of the...
Feb 28, 2020
LONDON: Global health leaders meet to galvanise action on prioritising the prevention of ill health New report reveals that failing to invest in prevention could cost governments over £500bn a year Representatives of the World Health Organization; OECD, World Economic...
Greater Manchester “ideally placed” to maximise the economic opportunities of ageing, finds new report
Feb 25, 2020
By 2040, there will be 198,000 more people aged 50+ in Greater Manchester, against a total population of approximately 3,000,000. The combined spending power of Greater Manchester’s households aged 65+ is increasing by £280 million each year. Greater Manchester’s 65+...
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