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Our equality and diversity policy

The Centre for Ageing Better is committed to equality and valuing diversity within our staff team, board, co-optees, associates and advisors: 

  • We monitor recruitment and will take action on this information as needed. 
  • We are committed to becoming an age-friendly employer 
  • We provide training and development activities that enable equality of opportunity and that promote an awareness of equality and diversity. 
  • We ensure that our premises and resources are made as accessible as possible to both staff and visitors. 
  • In our procurement processes we also ask suppliers to demonstrate their commitment to equality and diversity in their policies and practises.

Latest research from others

Botha, F. and Bower, M., BMC Public Health
10 May 2024
This paper outlines the prevalence and predictors of male loneliness across different life stages. Using longitudinal data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey,…
Humboldt, S. et al., Aging and Mental Health
6 May 2024
This paper investigates the relationships between ageism, civic participation and mental health for older people. Based on qualitative research with 782 people aged between 65 to 88 living in the UK…
Pereira, H. et al., Geriatrics
19 May 2024
This paper explores older men’s views on social connectedness in later life. Using qualitative data from 104 interviews with Portuguese men aged 65 or older, it outlines difficulties experienced…

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