Future of Ageing 2022: A vision for the next 25 years
Annual conference by the International Longevity Centre
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: International Longevity Centre UK - UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society, and what happens next
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