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During this year’s Future of Ageing conference, we would like to invite you to share your vision of the Future of Ageing with an exclusive speaking slot.

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The Future of Ageing 2017: Transforming Tomorrow Today
Wednesday, 29th November 2017 - 9:00 - 18:00 (approx.)
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre
25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA


We are looking for someone to speak (or sing or dance or perform in any way you think appropriate) for 10 minutes on the plenary platform in front of 200+ opinion formers and decision makers.

We want someone who will present a vision and set out what needs to be done to make it a reality. Your vision could be as narrow or as broad as you want.

If you would like to take us up on this opportunity, send us an email (events@ilcuk.org.uk) with under 150 words summarising what you would like to say. Deadline for entrants is 12:00 Tuesday, 12th September.

Early bird rates end Thursday 31st August.
For more information about the Future of Ageing Conference, visit
www.futureofageing.org.uk.

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