Tag Archives: Debora Price

One in four retired Britons return to work – research by Professor Karen Glaser

King’s researchers examining the reasons why retirees return to employment – or ‘unretire’ – have suggested that the older generation should not be forgotten by policies aiming to keep older people in work. The ‘Wellbeing, Health, Retirement and the Lifecourse’ … Continue reading

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Launch of international photography contest: Ageing: The Bigger Picture

Launch: Wednesday 18th November 2015 Close to entries: Sunday 10th January 2016 “My job is to use photography to get people talking, to get them thinking, and to hopefully, ultimately, get them caring.” – Mac Stone   The British Society of Gerontology is excited … Continue reading

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Dr Debbie Price comments on “The Incoherence Now Underlying UK Pensions Policy”

This blog post was originally posted here. You can contact Dr Debbie Price: debora.price@kcl.ac.uk and follow her on twitter: @GerontologyUK Pensions policy in the UK has become remarkably incoherent. We are bombarded with pension reforms, but the ones that have tipped … Continue reading

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Videos now available for the conference “Portraying Ageing: Cultural Assumptions and Practical Implications”

On Monday 28th April, the British Library together with the Centre for Policy on Ageing; School of Languages, Linguistics and Film, Queen Mary University of London held a one-day public conference: “Portraying Ageing: Cultural Assumptions and Practical Implications”. The idea … Continue reading

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Call for abstracts: Unlocking the Demographic Dividend, Dublin 23-26 August, 2015

The Institute of Gerontology, situated within the Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, is very pleased to see that the Call for Papers has now gone out for the 8th biannual conference of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics … Continue reading

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