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Governments must do more to reduce the long term cost of ageing to the public purse argues a new policy report from the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK).

How can we use 'nudge' tactics to remove behavioural barriers for older people getting online?

With around 50 days to the introduction of the retail distribution review (RDR), the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) has today published “Advice for all”, a new report which sets out practical solutions to address the advice gap post RDR.

The need to boost retirement provision across the EU arises from the impact of demographic and economic change on most European countries.

ILC-UK has published evidence given to the new House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change.

This learning resource pack is designed to help deliver end of life care for residents of extra care housing.

People in their fifties increasingly excluded from society says new research.

‘Creating sustainable health and care systems in ageing societies’, co-authored by the International Longevity Centre-UK, was launched at the Global Health Policy Summit on August 1st 2012.

This new ‘futures’ report draws on the challenges facing residential care homes over the next 20 years. ILC-UK argues for the care home to become a ‘community hub’, integrating services and resources into the mainstream of local communities.

Visual impairment and poor eye health is frequently ignored in care homes impacting on quality of life and independence for older people.

Retirement is changing. What it means to be a citizen in an ageing society is in flux.

How does the public view our ageing society? Are we overestimating the impact of an ageing society? How do we view changes to our health service and to our economy as a result of an ageing society? These are some of the questions explored through public attitudes data in this report.

In the wake of the global financial crisis, public debate has been dominated by the implications of the uncertain economic climate we are living in.

A paper for the ILC Global Alliance examining household structure and intergenerational relations across a spectrum of countries.

Ensuring people with small pension pots have access to advice after the introduction of the Retail Distribution Review