According to the United Nations Programme on Ageing, 10% of the world population is aged 60 or over.
It is projected that this figure will reach 20% in 2050. In recent decades the increase of longevity has been clearly seen across the developed world, caused by low birth rates and a decline in mortality levels. But developing countries are also experiencing the same phenomenon. Ageing is a common challenge (and opportunity) for this century.
The ILC Global Alliance members are pleased to announce the creation of two more ILC centres which add to the existing 12: ILC Brazil and ILC China.
21 November 2011
We are delighted to announce that Baroness Sally Greengross, Chief Executive of the ILC-UK, and Dr. Alexandre Kalache, Advisor to the Brazilian Government and Chief Executive...
06 October 2011
The ILC Cape Town Declaration on a Global Response to Dementia – A Call to Action is a consensus outcome document of the symposium on “The Globalisation of Dementia: Issues and
25 August 2011
The ILC-UK is pleased to announce that Baroness Sally Greengross has been asked to be the Global Chair of the Global Coalition on Aging Advisory Council.
18 July 2011
Baroness Greengross chaired the three day conference (12-14 May 2011) of key thought leaders around the world on ageing in developed economies, hosted by the Ditchley Foundation.
19 May 2011
The ILC Global Alliance attended the first session of the Open-ended Working Group (OEWG) on strengthening the protection of the human rights of older persons at the United Nations in New York
21 April 2011
The new UN Open Ended Working Group on Ageing that has been set up by the UN to discuss better protection of older people’s rights and its first working session will be at the UN in New York
16 March 2011
This Discussion Paper collates the findings of 10 ILCs within the ILC Global Alliance on the subject of housing for older people.
22 May 2013
This report prepared by the International Longevity Center Singapore contributes to examining the socio-economic impact of population aging; household size and living arrangements; health; and
18 August 2011
A background paper on innovative policy reforms to facilitate active and healthy ageing in OECD countries.
13 June 2011
The 2011 version of “A Profile of Older Japanese” produced by ILC-Japan is in its third edition.
29 March 2011
This new research, by David Sinclair of ILC-UK, for Age UK, considers the market potential of the older consumer and highlights how companies can make more of this population.
01 December 2010
The 2010 version of “A Profile of Older Japanese” produced by ILC-Japan is the second edition of this comprehensive overview of the lives of older people in Japan.
30 April 2010
A report summarizing an ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession joint-conference called “Choosing Population Projections for Public Policy”, that looked at the formulation of population
31 July 2009
Japan is setting the pace among the ageing societies of the world. People aged 65 and over now make up over one-fifth of the Japanese population and in twenty years will account for one-third.
30 June 2009
An ILC-Israel executive summary of the longitudinal study on on the effects of coping patterns with deterioration in health on successful aging.
31 January 2009