Agenda for Later Life 2011

 
 
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Ian Duncan Smith, speaking at Age UK's Agenda for Later Life 2011 conference.
Agenda for Later Life 2011 took place on 8 March 2011 at the Victoria Park Plaza Hotel. This conference has become a key date in the calendar for people who are passionate about improving later life.
 
This year we were pleased to welcome the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith (pictured above), who gave a speech on 'Solutions for our ageing nation'.

We have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from attendees including:

  • 'Good quality debates and an interesting range of delegates' - The Pensions Advisory Service
  • 'Useful debates and generation of ideas' - Bury Council
  • 'Very informative and engaging speakers' - Digital Unite
  • 'Thanks for another fascinating day' - Age UK Barnet
  • 'Most interesting, enlightening and thought provoking' - COPRG
  • 'Really great day - v informative, left with good ideas' - Anonymous

Presentations, session summaries, and the 'Changing attitudes to later life: winning hearts and minds' video clip are now available to view by following the links below:

Plenary sessions - summaries, presentations, and video clip of 'Changing attitudes to later life'

Parallel conference sessions - summaries and presentations

Discussion seminar summaries

To see our pictures of the day, start the slideshow below or see the them on opens link in new window our Flickr page.

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