1st Working Women in an Ageing Society (WWAS) International Conference, 3-4 & 5 June 2016, Fukuoka

 

Working Women in an Ageing Society, Academic Conference 3-4 June 2016

Womenomics x Agenomics

WWAS Academic Conference Poster

Working Women in an Ageing Society, FREE Open Forum Panel 2016

Ikigai – Community – Later Life

WWAS Open Forum Panel Poster

Further information can be found at WWAS, Working Women in an Ageing Society

Book Review – Out of Time – Lynne Segal

Out of Time asks the important question:  “What does it mean to age well?”
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/dec/01/out-of-time-lynne-segal-review?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487

Interview with Lynne Segal:  http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/features/lynne-segal-on-the-politics-pains-and-pleasures-of-ageing/3/2008472.article

Lynne Segal and Penelope Lively on ageing: http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/nov/08/penelope-lively-lynne-segal-ageing-review

University of Brighton & Age Concern Report

The University of Brighton and Age Concern Brighton, Hove & Portslade have collaborated on a report, “Well-being in old age: findings from participatory research”.  The report, published in 2012 takes its starting point as ” … the recognition that human beings need others in order to survive and flourish. It identifies the universal need for care and explores the ethical as well as practical meanings of care giving and care receiving” (p. 1).

You can read the full report here – http://www.brighton.ac.uk/sass/older-people-wellbeing-and-participation/Full-report.pdf