Make the election count. Ask candidates in your constituency to #Act4Age and deliver a better future for us all as we age.
Getting involved can be as simple as getting the facts. Being well informed on the issues of the day that are affecting older people is the first step to making change happen.
Age NI regularly produce briefing papers on a variety of topics that are timely and of importance to older people. These papers are designed to give you an overview of an issue, a breakdown of what's being proposed, how it will affect people in Northern Ireland, and what Age NI are doing about it.
If you don't see what you are looking for here, try browsing the Policy Section where you will find Age NI consultation responses, briefings and policy publications.
European Year for Active Ageing - Feb 2012 (PDF 162KB)
Social Price Support Briefing - Sept 2011 (PDF 93KB)
State Pension Reform - July 2011 (PDF 163KB) Fuel Poverty Update - June 2011 (PDF 440KB)
Community Planning - February 2011 (PDF 86KB)
Welfare Reform - February 2011 (PDF 122KB)
Disability Living Allowance (DLA) Reform - February 2011 (PDF 123KB)
Housing Benefit Reform - February 2011 (PDF 99KB)
Equality Schemes - January 2011 (PDF 118KB)
Fuel Poverty - January 2011 (PDF 137KB)
NI Draft Budget 2011-15 - December 2010 (PDF 103KB)
Spending Review - October 2010 (PDF 125KB)
Opportunities for Ageing: Age NI Priorities for the Spending Review - October 2010 (PDF 105KB)
Social Tariffs - October 2010 (PDF 104KB)
Automatic Payment of Pension Credit - October 2010 (PDF 109KB)
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