This new research, by David Sinclair of ILC-UK, for Age UK, considers the market potential of the older consumer and highlights how companies can make more of this population

Report exploring existing datasets to inform The Golden Economy report

Functional foods can play a role in supporting older people’s health says ILC-UK report.

On 1st July 2010, NESTA organised an event which posed the question “Can the web provide innovative solutions to help transform care for older people”.

This new report commissioned by poverty charity, Elizabeth Finn Care, finds that seven in ten aged over 65 felt they would be most affected by the spending review, as did the same proportion of 25-34 year olds.

Six in ten think spending cuts will hit older people more than other generations

A new report highlighting the urgent need to improve patient outcomes and care for the 2 million women affected by osteoporosis.

The International Longevity Centre – UK was commissioned by the JRF to produce a review on the 'Equality and diversity and older people with high support needs'

This report summarises a public debate on pensions reform after the election

We face a future of more demands on the health service at a time when we already see health inequalities and complaints about the non-acute care which older people receive in hospitals.

An ILC-UK think-piece by Professor John Macnicol, London School of Economics

This report summarises a public debate on the "Future of Age"

Looking back over a decade of ILC-UK, and forward to the future of ageing and demographic change

This ILC-UK discussion paper considers the challenge presented to workplace relations and employment rights by the extending working lives agenda.

This ILC-UK discussion paper considers the reasons people retire when they do, and the potential future of retirement given policy change and the emergence of gradual retirement.

Where next for Pension Reform? How can we Encourage People to Save?

This report summarises two public debates on "The Economic Value of Healthy Ageing and Working Longer"

The ILC-UK reviews David Willetts recent book on intergenerational fairness

Personalisation, Nutrition and the Role of Community Meals

This new ILC-UK Think-Piece from Andrew Harrop, Director of Policy and Public Affairs for Age UK, considers the impact of the ‘grey vote’ at the next General Election.

This policy brief aims to stimulate debate and drive improvements in dementia research, diagnosis, treatment and care by identifying key priorities for action at the Member State and EU level.

The Fictions, Facts and Future of Older People and Technology

“Green Paper” Debate: The Future of Funding Long-term Care for Older People

Notes of an ILC-UK Dinner Debate on the subject of the Myths and Realities of the Older Worker.