Welcome to the February edition of the ILC-UK update
On Monday 25th January our Chief Executive, Baroness Sally Greengross, hosted a discussion on the future of private pension saving in the House of Lords, supported by Age UK. The event sold out in just over an hour and featured the new Shadow Pensions Minister's first major speech.
We are also pleased to announce that the second Retirement Income Summit will be held on Friday 10th June.
Drink Wise, Age Well: Alcohol Use and the Over 50s in the UK
A hidden population of over 50s at increasing risk from their drinking may well be hidden in plain sight according to the first 'State of the Nation' report from Drink Wise, Age Well.
Generation Stuck: Exploring the Reality of Downsizing in Later Life
Downsizing is not for everyone, but there should be a good flow of information and housing options should people wish to move to improve their own personal situation in later life.
Financial Advice Market Review: A response from the International Longevity Centre - UK
ILC-UK has conducted new analysis to feed into FCA and HM Treasury Financial Advice Market Review, which argues that ensuring policy and practice raises confidence in the provision of advice is key to increasing uptake.
The End of Formal Adult Social Care?
Detailed analysis of the social care funding measures outlined in the Spending Review, conducted by the ILC-UK Centre for Later Life Funding and supported by Age UK reveals a bleak future for older people needing care.
George Holley-Moore introduces 'Drink Wise, Age Well: Alcohol Use and the Over 50s in the UK'
ILC-UK Events in 2016
We are pleased to announced that the second Retirement Income Summit will be held on Friday 10th June at the Chartered Insurance Institute. We will be releasing more information and opening the registration for this event very soon.
If you or your organisation are interested in sponsoring the second Retirement Income Summit, please contact our Events Manager, Lyndsey Mitchell, on email@example.com.
If you have received this newsletter via a colleague and are not currently registered on our mailing list, you can do so by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting www.ilcuk.org.uk.
Since our December update, we have published a summary of the our press highlights from the final quarter of 2015, 'ILC-UK in the news - October, November and December' featuring links to all relevant media sources.
In January we published a guest blog from UCL's Professor David Metz which describes his motivation to create a new online resource to help families face end-of-life decisions; you can read David's blog here. To read more on end-of-life issues, you can also refer to David Sinclair's blog, 'Let's talk about death' which was also published in January.
In 'Financial education - why older people?', David Sinclair challenges the assumption that financial education need only be focused on younger people. The blog also presents ILC-UK's initial thoughts on why we believe there is an urgent need to better understand financial capability and its impact on retirement.
You can access the ILC-UK blog here; and the ILC Global Alliance blog here. If you would like to write a guest blog for us, please contact us at email@example.com.
ILC-UK launch new adult immunisation website
The International Longevity Centre – UK has launched the European Adult Immunisation Hub, www.adultimmunisation.eu/, made possible through the support of Pfizer.
Please do have a look at the website and engage with the facebook, Linkedin and twitter accounts we have launched to promote the site, using the hashtag #adultimmunsation.
We are organising editorial board meetings for the website on 1st March in London, and 11th March in Brussels. During the meetings we will discuss the barriers to adult immunisation and the plans for future content. If you would like to attend either of the editorial board meetings please email Dave Eaton firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also receive regular updates from the European Adult Immunisation Hub by signing up to the newsletter, using the form on the homepage at http://www.adultimmunisation.eu/.
Working with ILC-UK
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.
The current ILC-UK Partners are: Anchor, Audley, Aviva, Equiniti Paymaster, Hymans Robertson LLP, Legal & General, Retirement Advantage, Partnership and Prudential.
For more information, see the Partners Programme brochure or contact David Sinclair, email@example.com. We are increasing the cost of our Partners Programme for new members in April, so please get in touch as soon as possible if you are interested in joining.
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 :03 February 2016
The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) and Just Group have analysed the submissions and created a shortlist to take forward that helps deal with ageing issues such as cognitive decline, failing physical health, loneliness and digital exclusion.
Date :12 June 2018
We are looking for an experienced, flexible and proactive candidate to support the Senior Management Team in managing the financials of the organisation.
Date :11 June 2018
Date :18 May 2018
However, the analysis also finds the higher the proportion of over 70s in a local population, the higher the rate of productivity growth
Date :11 May 2018
Just and ILC-UK ‘Innovating for Ageing’ project calls for submissions on problems relating to consumer vulnerability
Date :06 April 2018
Life expectancy and health outcomes worsen the more deprived an area or population is, new research from Cass Business School has found.
Date :27 March 2018