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Our Festival of Ageing took place across Greater Manchester over two weeks in July 2018. It celebrated the joys of getting older and was aimed at people over 50.

 

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On July 18 2018, AFA Tameside uploaded a documentary video onto You Tube about its work with the Haughton Green Community Centre as part of its Ambitious Stories series of short films.

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These are the final reports of the research projects commissioned by the Equalities Board in 2017, following reviews and visits to Local Delivery Leads.

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"The Festival of Ageing proving that age is just a number" - watch the launch news story broadcast by That's Manchester TV, Monday 2 July.

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Our latest report calls for more research into the experiences of older Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people in Greater Manchester in order to tackle social isolation. It is particularly important for Greater Manchester to understand more about social isolation and older BAME communities as the population of this group is continuing to grow rapidly.

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The second seminar in the Autumn/ Winter series of MICRA seminars, delivered as part of the Ambition for Ageing programme, took place on 30 November 2017 and was presented by Dr Anna Goulding.

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The first seminar in the Autumn/ Winter series of MICRA seminars delivered as part of the Ambition for Ageing programme was presented by Camilla Lewis on Tuesday 24th October 2017.

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A core responsibility of the Ambition for Ageing programme is to track and report our progress. This document, first created in 2017, summarises the insights that we have collected to date.

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Ambition for Ageing has released a briefing titled Asset-based Approaches and Inequalities, looking at the risks of exacerbating inequalities that we know asset-based approaches can result in.

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This guide aims to provide insights into the experiences of older people as they step beyond the traditional role of consultee to that of interviewer and researcher.

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This guide looks at the principles that inform co-production, and why using this approach makes both ethical and practical sense.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) first introduced the concept of age-friendly and has an ever growing network of cities and communities that have been designated as age-friendly.

 

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This publication by Care & Repair England is for older activists, local authority councillors and officers interested in how their street looks or those involved in redesigning or redeveloping

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Here Chris Phillipson and Tine Buffel from Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing talk through their research into social isolation of older people

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