Cheers to ILC Global Alliance with its 30 year anniversary
The International Longevity Centre Global Alliance is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. With 16 member countries across all continents, the ILC Global Alliance is a multinational consortium with a mission to help societies across the world to address longevity and population ageing in positive and productive ways. Read more.

Silver lives matter – how ‘intelligent’ was the lockdown for Dutch older people?
The retrospective analysis of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment (further RIVM) published in June 2020, shows that before the first confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis in the Netherlands on February 27 was made, 154 people had already been infected, with the first complaints traceable as far back as January 1. Read more.

Webinar ILC: global impact COVID19 on elderly care
By 2025, there are expected to be two billion people aged 65 and older. This offers society both opportunities as well as challenges. For the past 30 years International Longevity Centre (ILC) Global Alliance has been committed to improve the quality of life and well-being of older people around the world. Read more.

Position statement on COVID-19 from the ILC
The ILC Global Alliance (ILC-GA) membership is regionally diverse, and its members in both the Global North and the Global South are united in their concern for the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on individuals, families and communities. Read more.

Involve older people and their ‘emic’ perspective in the design and implementation of corona measures
Experts dominate the discussion on the corona policy. However, one perspective is missing: that of the people we aim to protect, our most vulnerable, older citizens. Read more.

The experiences of seniors during the Corona/Covid-19 crisis
The research project of Leyden Academy focusses on how a diverse group of seniors (aged 60+) experience the virus and the measures taken. How do they perceive the risks and how does is impact their daily lives? Read more.

Art in elderly care in times of corona
The limitations that the corona measures entail, cause a change of course in the project ‘Art in elderly care’. Nevertheless, the artists within the various programs and initiatives know how to give an alternative interpretation to their activities. Read more.