NEWS:

Analysis of the main party manifestos by the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) highlights a failure to respond to demographic change and long term population ageing.

The ILC-UK has set up a new Centre for Later Life Funding, to replace the Care Funding Advice Network (CFAN).

Today The International Longevity Centre UK launches its election blog – It’s Longevity, Stupid. Over the coming weeks we will be cutting through the hyperbole associated with the election and analysing the future of public policy from an intergenerational perspective.

New report predicts funeral ‘time bomb’ as number of deaths start to increase

Here you can find a storify summary of the launch event of our report with NPC, Decision Time: Will the voluntary sector embrace the age of opportunity?

A Commission composed of health and hearing loss experts have welcomed the long awaited publication of the Action Plan on Hearing Loss

Removing the reference would help charities lead banishing age stereotypes and prepare for our ageing population, argues the final report from the Commission on Voluntary Sector & Sector.

Welcome to the March edition of the ILC-UK Update.

On the 16th of March, ILC-UK launched “Here today, gone tomorrow: How today’s retirement choices could affect financial resilience over the long term?” - new research made possible with the support of Aviva.

A major new report published by the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) and sponsored by Aviva, provides the first detailed exploration of what certain choices made at the point of retirement today could mean for overall levels of retirement income over the next 30 years.