Only two weeks left to take advantage of our early bird rates for the 2017 Future of Ageing Conference.

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The Future of Ageing Conference 2017
Wednesday, 29th November
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre
25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA

Thursday, 31st August is the final day our special early bird rates will be available for the 2017 Future of Ageing Conference.

Early bird rates offer significant discounts:

  • Early bird Corporate rate £235 as opposed to £299
  • Charity/Not-for-profit/Academic/Individual rate £155 as opposed to £210
    (All prices ex. VAT)                                                         

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