NEWS:

On the occasion of the next presidential election in France (April 10 and 24, 2022), ILC-France is sending candidates a list of recommendations on societal issues related to a longevity in health and in activity.

Preparing for longevity is important for everyone, but particularly women who not only live longer than men, but also face unique challenges throughout life. Economic empowerment of women and girls have come a long way, but when it comes to older age, there is still a trail left to blaze.

Join ILC-UK for their awards ceremony and reception to celebrate the brightest ideas responding to the future of an ageing workforce.

Join ILC-UK for the global launch of their new report on what works in delivering a preventative approach to health in an ageing world.

Celebrating their 25th anniversary, ILC-UK's Future of Ageing conference this year will explore how longevity and ageing have changed over the past quarter of a decade, and what might happen in the next 25 years.

Join ILC-UK for their live pitching sessions where their Work for Tomorrow shortlist, including innovators from Australia to Brazil, the US, UK, Ireland and the Philippines, will pitch their solutions before an international judging panel.

With support from the World Health Organization (WHO), a civil society mapping and engagement initiative has been launched to identify and unite the powerful and unique voices of organisations across a wide range of sectors and disciplines toward a common agenda.

The ageing process starts before we are born. This article explains what happens in our bodies over time and how we can embrace our later years.

Globally, COVID-19 has led to debilitating effects and posed significant human rights challenges for older persons.

Last month, UK Minister for Employment, Mims Davies MP, announced the shortlist of our international Work for tomorrow competition that is seeking to identify and award the most promising innovations responding to an ageing workforce.