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New age-inclusive recruitment guide launched with the CIPD and the Recruitment & Employment Confederation

We've launched a guide to help employers make their hiring processes fair for all ages and ensure they are taking advantage of older workers’ skills and experience.

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We've launched a campaign to highlight the important contribution older people make to tackling climate change.
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Our new report emphasises that well-designed neighbourhoods that enable people to walk and cycle are vital to helping people in their 50s and 60s stay active.
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A lack of action on poor-quality housing is leading to avoidable deaths, with 1 in 10 homes posing a serious risk to their residents’ health or safety.
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Physical inactivity is one of the leading risk factors for poor health and disability in later life, and yet nearly a quarter of people aged 50 to 70 do less than thirty minutes of physical activity a week.
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With over four million poor-quality homes in England, over half of which are lived in by older people, this new research finds that local hubs have been backed by the public as a way to help address poor housing.
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This online, interactive report captures a snapshot of how people in the UK are ageing today, while looking at past trends and our prospects if action isn't taken.
Age-positive images

The Centre for Ageing Better has launched a free library of positive and realistic images of people aged 50 and over.

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This webinar explored the motivators and barriers to active travel for people in their 50s and 60s, and by extension, what might work to get people in this age group walking or cycling as their default mode of travel.
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In this webinar we explored the recruitment of older workers both from the perspective of employers and workers, as well as the impact of language in job adverts.
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In this webinar we discussed the Good Home Inquiry’s findings and recommendations, the policy priorities of the public and the next steps needed to improve our homes and improve the lives of millions of people.
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This webinar explored the motivators and barriers to physical activity for people in their 50s and 60s, and what might work to help people in this age group feel the benefits and get active. With special guest, Derrick Evans MBE: Mr Motivator.
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In this webinar, hosted by the Good Home Inquiry, we examined how a digitally connected home supports  and enhances a good home and how we can ensure more people are connected in ways that work for them in their existing homes.
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This webinar looked at how imagery shapes and reinforces negative attitudes to ageing, and explored current efforts to depict older age in a more positive and realistic light.