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Future of Ageing 2022: A vision for the next 25 years

Annual conference by the International Longevity Centre

24-Nov-2022

A lot has changed since the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC) was founded in 1997. The world population has increased by 2 billion and the proportion of those aged 65+ has increased by 50%.

But how has the way we think about longevity and ageing changed over the past quarter of a decade? And more importantly, what might change over the next 25 years?

Join us on Thursday, 24 November 2022 to help shape a vision for our future in the light of increased longevity. During Future of Ageing 2022 we will explore:

- How has policy and practice on longevity changed over the past 25 years?

- Has business, government and the third sector responded adequately to increasing longevity?

- What do we know that we didn’t know 25 years ago?

- What needs to happen in the next 25 years?

Some of the speakers at this event are:

  • Professor Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics
  • Professor Louise Haagh, Department of Politics, University of York
  • Danielle Hamm, Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics
  • Richard Humphries, Trustee, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)
  • Professor Simonetta Longhi, Department of Economics, University of Reading
  • George MacGinnis, Healthy Ageing Challenge Director, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)
  • Dr Ian Manborde, Equality & Diversity Organiser, Equity
  • Stuart McDonald, Head of Demographics at Lloyds Banking Group
  • David Sinclair, Chief Executive ILC-UK
  • Lord Woolley of Woodford, Principal, Homerton College, Cambridge and founder Operation Black Vote


Visit website: https://ilcuk.org.uk/future-of-ageing-2022/

See also: Institute International Longevity Centre UK - UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society, and what happens next

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Mentioned in this Resource

Charles Goodhart

Emeritus Professor of Banking & Finance at London School of Economics

Danielle Hamm

Director at Nuffield Council on Bioethics

David Sinclair

Chief Executive at International Longevity Centre UK

George MacGinnis

Healthy Ageing Challenge Director at Innovate UK.

Ian Manborde

Equality & Diversity Organiser at Equity

Louise Haagh

Professor in the Department of Politics at the York University

Richard Humphries

Trustee at Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)

Simon Woolley

Lord Simon Woolley, Principal at Homerton College at Cambridge university and member of the House of Lords

Simonetta Longhi

Professor in Economics at the University of Reading

Stuart McDonald

Head of Demographic Assumptions and Methodology at Lloyds Banking Group