Date: Thursday, 24 November 2022
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm GMT
Venue: London or virtualGET YOUR TICKET
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.
A lot has changed since the ILC was founded in 1997:
- The world population has increased by 2 billion and the proportion of those aged 65+ has increased by 50%.
- Age discrimination legislation has been introduced in the UK and compulsory retirement ages are a thing of the past for most of us.
- Inequalities in life expectancy and healthy life expectancy have grown.
But how has the way we think about longevity and ageing changed over the past quarter of a decade? And more importantly, what might change over the next 25 years?
- How has policy and practice on longevity changed over the past 25 years?
- Has business, government and the third sector responded adequately to increasing longevity?
- What do we know that we didn’t know 25 years ago?
- What needs to happen in the next 25 years?
About the conference:
- Future of Ageing is an annual policy conference which explores the impact of longevity on society and what happens next.
- Every year, the conference assembles experts from Government, business and third sector, academia and the media.
- Attendees come from a wide range of sectors from health to housing, to retirement income and education.
- While the conference takes place in London, participants and speakers join us from across the world.
This conference has been sponsored by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). If you’re interested in helping to shape the agenda of the UK’s main conference focussed on longevity, please get in touch with Paul Goulden.