Carers UK published a report on building carer-friendly communities in June 2016. The research report, launched for Carers Week 2016, found that the life chances of many of the 6.5 million people in the UK who care, unpaid, for a disabled, older or ill family member or friend, are being affected by inadequate support from local services.
Closing the Pension Gap: Understanding Women’s Attitudes to Pension Saving was published by the Fawcett Society in April 2016.
In 2016, the Mayor’s Design Advisory Group published ‘Ageing London: How do we create a world-class city to grow old in?’
‘Older people and complaints about health care’ was published by the Parliamentary and Health Service
Ombudsman in December 2015.
‘Understanding Retirement Journeys: Expectations vs reality’ was published in December 2015.
Published by three think tanks from across the political spectrum, ‘The Generation Game’ calls for radical new measures to tackle the challenges of an ageing population.
Age International’s third Global AgeWatch Index measures the quality of life of older people around the world in 96 countries.
‘Older Women and Work – Looking to the Future’ was published by the Scottish Commission on Older Women in August 2015.
‘Young against old? What’s really causing wealth inequality?’ was published by the TUC in 2015.
This report reviews research on what additional actions could be implemented to make London more age-friendly.