‘A Presumption of Equality’ by Andrew Harrop looks at mid-income older people, a group who have been overlooked in political and media debates about later life.
A European Commission report published in 2013 finds that women in Europe received pensions that were 39 per cent lower on average than those of men.
In March 2013, the International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK) published a compendium of essays called ‘Has the Sisterhood forgotten older women?’ edited by Sally-Marie Bamford and Jessica Watson.
In February 2013, the Care Quality Commission published a report on home care services.
On 13 February 2013 the Government published ‘Fulfilling Potential: Building a deeper understanding of disability in the UK today’.
‘Getting off Lightly or Feeling the Pinch?’ is a human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on older women in Coventry.
Published in November 2011, the report examines how public spending cuts have affected a wide range of older people’s social care services in the capital.
The policy paper ‘Equality for older lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people in Europe’ is the first of its kind at European level.
In October 2012, Runnymede’s final Financial Inclusion report was published: ‘A Sense of Place – Retirement Decisions among Older Black and Minority Ethnic People’.
‘Getting off lightly or feeling the pinch? A human rights and equality impact assessment of the spending cuts on older women in Coventry’ was published in July 2012.