Launch Event – Wellbeing, Health, Retirement and the Lifecourse (WHeRL) Project, Tuesday 20th June 2pm – 5.30pm

When: Tuesday 20th June 2017 2pm – 5.30pm

Where: Travers Smith LLP, 10 Snow Hill, London, EC1A 2AL

We would be delighted if you could join us for the launch event and conclusion of this project.

Chair: Norma Cohen, PPI Governor

Key Note Speaker: Sir Steve Webb, PPI Governor

Panel Members: Karen Glaser (WHERL), Fiona Tait (Intelligent Pensions), Fiona Thom (DWP), TBC (Bupa), Chris Curry (PPI), Sir Steve Webb (Royal London)

inline-Wherl-LogoWHERL is a three-year academic research project led by the Institute of Gerontology at King’s College London, in partnership with 5 other institutions.

For the last three years, the Wellbeing, Health, Retirement and Lifecourse (WHERL) project has been investigating a crucial question for ageing societies: how inequalities across the lifecourse relate to paid work in later life in the UK. The project brought together an interdisciplinary consortium of academics whose aim has been to investigate lifecourse influences on later life work and the implications for well-being, health and financial outcomes of working up to and beyond State Pension Age. This report brings together research on a number of cross-cutting factors that can affect the likelihood that individuals will work up to and beyond State Pension Age, as well as the impact this can have on their health, wellbeing and financial circumstances, and draws out the implications for policy and inequalities.

For more info about the project: www.wherl.ac.uk

To register, please click here: http://www.rademail.net/t/r-7D7BFA4FE438F1542540EF23F30FEDED

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