The first Global Citizen Science for Health conference was held from 29 October to 1 November 2023. This is the registration of the keynote "The Participatory Turn in Health Research: Its Roots, Methods, Ethics, Validity and Future" by professor Dr Tineke Abma.
On 16 and 17 October 2023, the ILC Global Alliance held a meeting in Tokyo, Japan, co-chaired by Julie Byles and Margaret Gilles. The attendees included representatives from ILCs in Australia, Canada, Singapore, South Africa, the UK, and the USA as well as the Secretariat.
16 and 17 October 2023
Dr. Linda P. Fried, the Director of the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center and the Dean of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, delivered an Expert Reflection at the event titled "The UN Decade of Healthy Ageing: Health for All by Adding Life to Years." She spoke in her capacity as the Co-chair of the US National Academy of Medicine’s Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity Commission.
We clearly learnt a great deal from the Covid-19 pandemic, but do we know enough to mitigate the impacts on ageing populations when we are faced with the next global health risk?
17th February 2023
Globally, COVID-19 has led to debilitating effects and posed significant human rights challenges for older persons.
15th January 2022
Join ILC-UK and ILC Canada for a high-level discussion alongside the 15th IFA Global Conference on Ageing on how we can drive greater investment in preventative health in the post-pandemic recovery.
14th April 2021
Greetings from International Longevity Centre-India (ILC-I). Join us for an international webinar series on the topic “The Impact of Covid-19 on Ageing in the SAARC countries: The Path Ahead”. Registration is mandatory to join. It is a free webinar series which will be conducted online. You will get a chance to interact with five international speakers on four consecutive Saturdays in the month of March 2021.
24th February 2021
This year we have been celebrating our 30th anniversary.
27th November 2020
Following the ULC-UK's year-long Prevention in an ageing world programme that sparked conversations from Abu Dhabi to Taipei, Austin, Geneva, Sydney, London all the way to the G20 Health Ministers, the message is clear. It’s never too late to prevent.
22nd September 2020