Our flagship publication on ageing & development brings together 25 high profile thought leaders, development experts, and academics, to discuss the impact of an ageing world on international development.
Facing the Facts: Full Report
Facing the Facts: Executive Summary
Our Annual Review summarises our key achievments. Our Annual Report contains the Trustees' Report and Financial Statements for the year.
Annual Review 2015/16
Annual Report 2015/16
Annual Review 2014/15
Annual Report 2014/15
Where is the best place to live in the world if you're an older person? The Global AgeWatch Index (GAWI) - which measures the quality of life of older people around the world - reveals some of the best and worst places to grow old.
Global AgeWatch Index 2015: Full Report
Global AgeWatch Index 2015: Executive Summary
Global AgeWatch Index 2014: Full Report
Global AgeWatch Index 2014: Executive Summary
The WHO Report on Ageing and Health published on the International Day of Older Persons 2015 (1 October) outlines a framework for healthy ageing to aid older people's participation in society.
WHO Report on Ageing and Health
Dementia is a fast-growing problem in low and middle income countries, yet there is very little understanding of it's impact outside of the developed world. This infographic highlights key points in understanding the problem of dementia in developing countries.
Infographic: Dementia in developing countries
OCM involves older people at grassroots level monitoring the implementation of policies and services affecting their lives. Our report highlights the projects achievements and challenges so far.
Ageing Matters is Age International's global newsletter, keeping supporters up to date with our work around the world.
Ageing Matters Summer/Autumn 2016
Ageing Matters Winter/Spring 2016
Our reports to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) detail how we've supported relief work following emergencies.
DEC Syria Crisis Appeal: Full report
DEC East Africa Crisis Appeal Report
DEC Kenya Crisis Appeal Report
DEC Pakistan Crisis Appeal Report
We created a briefing for the UK government, calling on them to lead the way towards the creation of a Convention for the rights of older people.
Convention on the rights of older people briefing
Our report investigates the daily lives of older people living in countries in the midst of crisis. It highlights the steps the humanitarian system needs to take to address the neglect of older people.
Older voices in humanitarian crises
These documents were produced by Age International and its fellow members of the HelpAge EU network. Our work is partly funded by the European Union. The contents of these materials are the sole responsibility of the HelpAge EU network and in no way can be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
Network policy briefing on ageing and non-communicable diseases: opportunities for the EU to respond
Network policy briefing on ageing and development, from year one of our EC-funded project
Network policy briefing on gender, from year two of our EC-funded project
Network response to the May 2015 Council Conclusions on gender in development
Network response to Gender Action Plan II outline
We have made submissions to the International Development Select Committee (IDC) on a number of topics.
Submission to the IDC inquiry on the global humanitarian system (February 2016) - Joint Age International and HelpAge
Submission to the IDC inquiry on the Sustainable Development Goals (December 2015) - Joint Age International and HelpAge
Submission to the IDC inquiry on jobs and livelihoods (October 2014) - Joint Age International and HelpAge
Submission to the IDC inquiry on health systems strengthening (May 2014) - Joint Age International and HelpAge
Supplementary submission to the IDC inquiry on disability and development (January 2014) - Joint Age International and HelpAge
Submission to the IDC inquiry on disability and development (December 2013) - Age International
Help spread the word about our work to help older people living in poverty.
20 million face starvation. More will die if we don't act now
The impact of dementia is much greater for women
A year on from East Africa's first pension scheme
Find out why older people are particularly vulnerable
How food shortages are impacting older people