We are delighted to announce that Baroness Altmann (Minister of Pensions), and Steve Groves (Chief Executive Officer at Partnership), will be joining our list of speakers at the ILC-UK Future of Ageing conference on the 24th November in London.

Other speakers include:

  • Professor Sir Mark Walport (Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office for Science);
  • Paul Johnson (Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies);
  • David Willetts (Former Minister; Resolution Foundation; Kings College and author of The Pinch); and
  • Lord Filkin (Public Service and Demographic Change Committee; Ready for Ageing; Centre for Ageing Better).

'The Future of Ageing, an ILC-UK Conference' will be held on Tuesday 24th November at 20 Cavendish Square in London, 09:00 (for a 09:30 start) - 17:00.



As a number of you may have been away during the summer break, and in light of the announcement today of these two new speakers, we have decided to offer our early bird rates for another month. The early bird rates will now be available until Wednesday the 30th September. During this time tickets will remain at:
£150 + VAT – Charity / Not for Profit / Students / Lecturers / Individuals
£200 + VAT – Corporate

Register to attend the event via the link below:


We are grateful to McCarthy & Stone, Partnership and the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) for their sponsorship of the conference.

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, visit the ILC-UK website or contact Lyndsey Mitchell at ILC-UK on


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