A report on the older entrepreneur, alive and well.

Today's older people are more healthy and active than ever before and as such are also more mobile.

ILC-UK report examining the research base on centenarians and calling for policy to reflect increase in extreme longevity

Report on survey research into attitudes on the regulation of older drivers

ILC-UK report on the barriers to ‘gradual retirement’ and ‘extended working lives’ in the pensions system.

ILC-UK policy brief discussing the options for supporting self-regulation by older drivers.

The ILC-UK launches publications considering intergenerational diversity among LGBT people.

Extra Care Housing could play a major part in delivering better health outcomes and reducing the long term care costs facing older people

ILC-UK calls for a gendered approach and response to dementia

ILC-UK calls for a life course approach to adult immunisation starting with the flu jab for all over 50s

A report on a symposium held in Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London

This report highlights the omission of ageing and of Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias from the current focus of the UN High-Level Meeting on Non-Communicable Diseases, taking place on 19th and 20th September 2011.

Sexuality, intimacy, sexual behaviour and dementia in care homes

A new report launched today by ILC-UK, highlights the growing cost of dementia and posits that with the predicted rise in the number of people with dementia, the current level of investment into dementia research, treatment and care is unsustainable.

This think-piece by Richard Berry develops a ‘system map’ of digital exclusion

A background paper for the OECD on policy reforms to support active and healthy ageing.

A report examining how the public and private sectors can best enable today’s young people to plan for their retirement.

This ILC-UK think-piece seeks to widen the debate on funding long term care

This research questions whether Localism can work for older people living in urban areas and sets out a number of recommendations that will help ensure that the views of all people are considered in new local decision-making processes.

A report from the International Longevity Centre Global Alliance dinner debate, Cape Town

This report examines the opportunities and obstacles that the Localism Bill presents to developing Neighbourhoods for all ages.

The British Society of Gerontology (BSG) and ILC-UK are delighted to launch this first 'think-piece' for ILC-UK by BSG member, Simon Evans, from the University of the West of England.

The report reveals that the dementia research agenda in most EU countries remains critically under-funded and under-valued.

This report is based on the ILC-UK/Actuarial Profession joint debate on preventative healthcare in an ageing society which took place on 3 November 2010. The debate was kindly supported by Sanofi Pasteur MSD.

How the Public and Private Sectors Can Influence Older Drivers’ Self-Regulation.

Increasing numbers of older people, higher expectations for ‘a good life’, and demands on health and social care services, have led to international interest in improving and measuring quality of life in older age.