Some of the big drivers of population change seem immovable in their trajectories and prominent in their profile. Yet deeper analysis reveals a world of complexity just below the surface.
We are holding a series of events with academics, ageing practitioners, professionals and members of the public in cities around the UK.
Back in the spring, we worked with Strange Telemetry and Policy Lab to run 3 small public workshops exploring participants’ reactions to different aspects of an ageing population.
The Future of an Ageing Population team has been running a series of local meetings over the last few months. In collaboration with the Cabinet Office Policy Lab, we have been trying out a new technique, called speculative design
Guest post by Dave Martin. As a member of the South East England Forum on Ageing (SEEFA) Executive, I joined the Foresight Future of an Ageing Population project on its visit to Kent on 12 November.
Ageing is a personal and local experience. The lead experts and I are keen to hear from the older population across the UK