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International Longevity Centre UK

UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society, and what happens next

The International Longevity Centre UK was established in 1997 as one of the members of the International Longevity Centre Global Alliance, an international network on longevity.

Since our inception, we have published over 250 reports, organised over 300 events including the annual Future of Ageing conference.

We work with central government, local government, the private sector, and professional and academic associations to provoke conversations and pioneer solutions for a society where everyone can thrive, regardless of age.

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International Longevity Centre UK Creations

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ILC UK hosted virtual event exploring how the EU and UK can work together on healthy ageing

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Online event about the impact of professional sport on longevity organized by International Longevity Centre UK.

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Annual conference by the International Longevity Centre (virtual)

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Prof Andrew Scott explains how COVID-19 has accelerated trends around technology and an ageing society

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International Longevity Centre UK News

Playing certain sports can help you live 13% longer than the general population

Medical Xpress - 01-Jun-2021

Cricket, rugby, tennis and golf players lived longer; footballers, boxers and jockeys had shorter lives

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People nowadays live longer, but in poorer health

Guardian - 24-Nov-2017

Adults are spending an increasing number of their retirement years in poor health

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