Ten reasons to join us at Future of Ageing 2020

  1. Help shape the intergenerational policy agenda in the COVID-19 context with local and central government.
  2. Contribute to the debate on the future of social care nine years on from the Dilnot Commission report with Sir Andrew Dilnot.
  3. Be the first to hear about the interim findings of our research into the retirement prospects of Generation X.
  4. Debate with Future Generations Commissioner for Wales Sophie Howe and Shadow Minister for Young People Cat Smith MP on how best to involve young people in the future of ageing.
  5. Learn from Sir Michael Marmot on how we can tackle health inequalities across generations.
  6. Network with key business leaders, policymakers and opinion formers in longevity in new and innovative ways.
  7. Be a part of the launch of our international competition, seeking to identify innovations responding to an ageing workforce.
  8. Engage with climate justice and learn how to encourage others, regardless of age, to do the same with Sir Jonathon Porritt.
  9. Join the conversation on the lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic on the importance of preventative health interventions across the life course.
  10. Be a part of a discussion with sector leaders and innovators on how technology can bring generations together.

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