Tag Archives: Intergenerational Fairness

Examining Alternative Visions of Funding Social Care for Older People in England (King’s Fund / Health Foundation)

The Kings Fund and the Health Foundation have produced a report on “Approaches to social care funding”. It considers the various advantages and disadvantages of a variety of proposed approaches to funding social care for older people, which include (quotation): … Continue reading

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Future of UK Ageing Population Report (Government Office for Science)

Summary A Government Office for Science report has assembled a range of evidence about the older population, in the attempt to identify trends and make projections of likely relevance for the UK government and others developing policies for an ageing … Continue reading

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Lifelong Neighbourhoods: Older People Add Value (URBED / Beth Johnson Foundation)

Summary This Housing LIN Viewpoint document by Nicholas Falk of URBED (a not-for-profit research and consultancy group) looks into how towns and cities can be re-designed to meet the needs of an ageing population. The underlying premise is that older people … Continue reading

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Ready for Ageing? (House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change)

Summary A recent report from the Select Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change warns that Government and society at large are unprepared for ageing. A broad range of policy areas are addressed, with comprehensive analyses of the potential impact … Continue reading

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Impact of Demographic Change on Public Services (International Longevity Centre)

Summary The International Longevity Centre (ILC) publication, entitled “The impact of demographic change on public services: submission by the International Longevity Centre – UK”, presents evidence for the House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change. It tackles … Continue reading

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