Human mortality remains at 100 percent; we all eventually die. Ideally, we should all be well informed on end of life choices and how we die should be in our own control.
Harnessing the power of older workers is a vital component of any long-term strategy to rejuvenate economic growth across the Europe.
Growing divorce rates in old age could contribute to increasing isolation and a greater need for formal care, argues the ILC-UK.
This think piece, published by the ILC-UK, with the support of Sanofi Pasteur MSD, explores the extent to which England’s public health structures are able to respond to our ageing population after the radical reforms introduced by the Health and Social Care Act in 2012.
The whole of Europe is going grey, but in Europe’s Ageing Demography, we show that Eastern Europe will be hit the hardest by the brewing demographic storm.
This new compendium of essays examines the social stigma which surrounds dementia, highlighting that stigma is impending early diagnosis, care and research into the disease.
This report highlights the growing generation of older men that are facing a future of increased isolation.
This report asks whether it is time to rethink our concept of retirement, and includes an 8-point action plan to support companies who want to respond to the challenges and opportunities of ageing.
In an eleven point prescription, the Ready for Ageing Alliance has urged individuals to prepare for ageing by keeping fit, eating healthy, planning ahead and listening to a little One Direction.
This report examines the effect our ageing society may have on the future of volunteering, and the potential consequences for UK charities.
Why lifetime annuities should still be part of good financial advice in the post-pension-liberalisation world.
This report highlights how we can do more to prevent dementia, save lives and reduce avoidable costs.
A report from ILC-UK and Age UK, taking a futures perspective on how communities need to adapt to an ageing society.
With the independence vote on the horizon, Scotland’s policymakers must face up to the challenges of a falling working age population while also tackling significant public health challenges argues a new ILC-UK report.
Summary of a new study exploring the risks and opportunities facing the voluntary sector as a result of the UK’s ageing population.
A new study exploring the risks and opportunities facing the voluntary sector as a result of the UK’s ageing population.
A PFRC/ILC-UK report : 'What is the relationship between financial satisfaction and happiness among older people?'
This report is a representation of an event hosted at the International Longevity Centre-UK in January 2014 on ‘The cost of dying in an ageing society’.