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03 Jul 2019
Ageing Equally? larger research projects

We are delighted to announce who will be delivering a research project as part of our Ageing Equally? programme. 

02 Jul 2019
Active Ageing: Engaging Older Adults

Physical activity can reduce the risk of falls by up to 37% and dementia by up to 30%, yet 4 in 10 Older Adults in GM are inactive.

 

01 Jul 2019
Age-Friendly Neighbourhoods Challenge

The Mayor of Greater Manchester has issued the second round of his Age-Friendly Challenge to make Greater Manchester the best place in the UK to grow older.

27 Jun 2019
Ambition for Ageing on Granada Reports

What's it actually like to live in a city centre for over 60s? ITV Granda Reports spoke to residents of Victoria Square in Ancoats and Tung Sing, the UK's first purpose built housing for Chinese people over 60.

26 Jun 2019
The National Lottery’s 25th Birthday

Ambition for Ageing are celebrating The National Lottery’s 25th Birthday this year, a landmark moment to tell the public about the incredible difference The National Lottery has made – and continues to make – to the l

25 Jun 2019
Positive Ageing Imagery project

The new Positive Ageing Imagery Project will be looking at why stereotypical images of wrinkly hands that reinforce negativity around ageing are used in the media to represent older people.

21 Jun 2019
Ageing Better Camden Outreach Project

New reports from Ageing Better in Camden.

21 Jun 2019
Age UK report: Older Men at the Margins

Information and Guidance on how to improve social connections for older males.

20 Jun 2019
Job opportunity: Greater Manchester Partnership Manager

The Centre for Ageing Better has a unique opportunity for a collaborative and innovative individual to join the team in Greater Manchester as the new GM Partnership Manager.

10 Jun 2019
Ambition for Ageing in UN report

The UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction have published a report which features Ambition for Ageing work on resilience in an ageing Greater Manchester.

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