Greater Manchester is celebrating the success of its age-friendly neighbourhoods in making the city-region one of the best places in the world to grow older.
A small pot of money can generate change within neighbourhoods. With the right environment and support to provide guidance, mediation, and oversight, these changes can have a significant impact.
Our new project Cultural Routes is designed to champion and support artists and creative practitioners who are over 50 years of age.
Interview practices can unfairly disadvantage parents and carers looking to return to work.
Following two rounds of The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham’s Age-Friendly Challenge, we are now happy to announce that fifty-three neighbourhoods across Greater Manchester have been recogni
The Greater Manchester Older People’s Network (GMOPN) aims to make sure that older people have an influence in key decision-making and that their voices are championed in the areas that most affect their lives.
As flexible working options become more prevalent in large organisations, it’s important that small to medium enterprises in Greater Manchester don’t get left behind when it comes to attracting and retaining skilled a
The aim of this short guide produced by Age Better in Sheffield is to set out practical evidence about what’s worked, drawing on lessons from some of the
Good Things Foundation have published a report on designing digital skills interventions for older people.
Pride in Ageing has already made huge strides in helping to ensure that Greater Manchester becomes one of the best places for LGBT people to grow older.