In a super-aging society Japan it is predicted that people aged 75 or older living alone and elderly couple-only households will go on increasing.
ILC-Japan has published the English version of “Global Information Journal on Longevity and Society 2008”.
This ILC-UK brief summarises a public debate exploring decumulation in the context of the economic downturn.
Françoise Forette, CEO of ILC-France, explores the concept of functional dependency and its link with the increase of longevity.
This ILC-UK policy brief is the third and final publication of a series focusing on policies addressing obesity in the UK.
the international Longevity Centre- India has come out with this book to understand this global phenomenon of 'ageing' and its implications in the right spirit and perspective.
Two of the most challenging public heath problems that account for significant morbidity and mortality are smoking and obesity. Over the last 20 years, while smoking prevalence rates have declined, obesity rates have increased sharply.
A discussion paper accompanying 'The Age of Inheritance' and exploring what this research means for public policy including inheritance tax, the property market and debate on how to pay for an ageing population.
Obesity is a major public health problem in the UK. This report provides a comprehensive review of innovations and problems in tackling this challenge in light of devolution.
A guide for use in the development of regional housing strategies, published jointly by ILC-UK and the Department for Communities and Local Government.
This discussion paper puts forward a radical new vision for funding older people’s long-term care – one of the UK's biggest public policy challenges.