We also hosted our second annual Future of Ageing Conference, and organised discussions covering antimicrobial resistance in an ageing society, global savings challenges and innovations in the care workforce.
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Thank you for all of your support this year
This year, we have published 18 reports (with a 19th to be launched towards the end of December), and hosted more than 50 events (attended by more than 1100 people). We are very grateful for the support offered to us by all of our research funders, Partners and collaborators.
On behalf of the International Longevity Centre - UK, Baroness Sally Greengross and David 'Santa' Sinclair would like to wish you a merry Christmas, and a happy and prosperous new year.
This report sets out the specific barriers and challenges faced by over 50s with current or previous drinking problems at three stages of labour market activity: unemployment, employment and retirement.
In the latest ILC-UK Economic Insight paper, we analyse what the 2016 Autumn Statement means for savings and conclude with a short discussion about UK savings policy.
Wednesday 14th December; 16:00 (for a 16:30 start) - 18:30 (followed by a short drinks reception)
Staple Inn Hall, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, High Holborn, London WC1V 7QJ
This ILC-UK, IFoA and Cass Business School joint event will launch a new paper which reviews the present and proposed formula for means-testing adult social care in England.
Chaired by Baroness Sally Greengross OBE, Chief Executive of the ILC-UK, the launch will include a keynote presentation from report author, Professor Les Mayhew, Professor of Statistics, Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance, Cass Business School, and a response from an expert panel of actuaries and related professionals.
This event is currently operating a waiting list. To join the waiting list, please follow the link below.
Please click here to join the waiting list for this event.
Legal & General sponsor the ILC-UK website
We are delighted to announce that Legal & General has agreed to sponsor our website for three years from November 2016.
Kerrigan Procter, Managing Director, Legal & General Retirement said:
'We are delighted to sponsor the International Longevity Centre’s website and support their work as the leading think tank on longevity and demographic change'.
Baroness Sally Greengross, ILC-UK Chief Executive added:
'Legal & General are one of ILC-UK’s founding Partners and as such we have worked with them for many years. We are delighted that they have agreed to sponsor our website for three years. This important support will help us continue to deliver our independent analysis of demographic change'.
Stay informed on immunisation updates throughout Europe
Given the ILC-UK's interest in lifecourse approaches to policy, preventative health and healthy ageing, we run the European Adult Immunisation Hub; a website dedicated to providing multimedia resources for organisations interested in promoting adult immunisation to policy makers across Europe.
The Hub hosts new research reports into the cost-benefit and efficacy of adult immunisation as a public health measure, videos and infographics, and patient stories to use in conjunction with research reports to advocate for adult immunisation.
Recent stories include 'Why tweeting when you're ill could help boost immunisation rates', and 'The threat posed by antimicrobial resistance'.
If you would like to contribute to the Hub, please contact Dave Eaton at email@example.com.
Membership of our Partners Programme is open to companies and not for profit organisations. Benefits of membership include: a discount on research, guaranteed spaces at events, your logo on 3 events and 3 reports per year, and advanced copies of ILC-UK research. We also provide information and advice consultancy services to our Partners and organise exclusive events.
Partners are exposed to the latest available research and data in the UK, EU and the rest of the world. Partners are helped to understand and plan for changing societal trends and given opportunities to participate in cutting-edge debates to help them remain ahead of policy curves.
The current ILC-UK Partners are: Anchor, Audley, Aviva, Centre for Ageing Better, Equiniti, EY, FirstPort, Hymans Robertson LLP, Legal & General, Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, Partnership and Prudential.
Working with ILC-UK
Research and Events
Research and events produced by ILC-UK are made possible by funding from various sources. If you are interested in commissioning ILC-UK research or supporting an ILC-UK event, please contact David Sinclair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive ILC-UK press releases, please email email@example.com and we will add you to our press release list.
Date :13 December 2016
A new international report, produced by the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK), has deemed the UK pension system sustainable but inadequate, with young people today facing a monumental savings challenge to ensure a decent retirement income.
Date :20 July 2017
In response to the Office for Budget Responsibility's first Fiscal Risk report, which found that ageing and technology cost pressures make health spending the biggest risk to fiscal sustainability, Sally-Marie Bamford, Director of Strategy and Research said...
Date :13 July 2017
A new report by the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) and supported by Royal London finds that those who received financial advice in the 2001-2007 period had accumulated significantly more liquid financial assets and pension wealth than their unadvised equivalent peers by 2012-14
Date :13 July 2017
As a futures organisation focused on the biggest challenges facing Government and society in the context of demographic change, we work across the lifecourse, including its beginning, and end.
Date :12 July 2017
A new report by the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) argues that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) could plunge medical practice back into the dark ages and negate longevity improvements made over the past 50 years.
Date :28 June 2017
New report from independent think tank finds just seven health innovations could save the NHS £18.5 billion, and the social care sector £6.3 billion between 2015 – 2030.
Date :06 June 2017