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.
21st March 2022
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.
7th March 2022
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 annual Future of Ageing conference, which this year will focus on recognising the increasing diversity in our ageing populations.
17th May 2021
This year we have been celebrating our 30th anniversary.
27th November 2020
Final document of the ILC-BR’s 6th International Longevity Forum
1 March 2019
ILC-BR Technical Director Ina Voelcker spoke about longevity and population ageing in an event aimed at inspiring 700 employees of the Brazilian Federal savings bank Caixa Econômica.
21st April 2018
On October 17, ILC-BR organized a Symposium with three international speakers in São Paulo. The event took place in the auditorium of Iamspe (Institute for Medical Assistance to the Public Servant of the State of São Paulo).
21st October 2017
The inaugural Baroness Greengross Lecture was held in London on 23 November in celebration of the major contributions Sally Greengross has made to improve the lives of older people throughout her lifetime. A spirited and lively informal lecture was delivered by writer, journalist and television presenter, Angela Rippon OBE.
20th January 2017
Civicus and IDS (Instituto de Democracia e Sustentabilidade), with support of IABS (Instituto Brasileiro de Desenvolvimento e Sustentabilidade) brought together about 20 representatives of Brazilian CSOs.
16th December 2016