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02 Feb 2021
New briefing: What works in tackling social isolation of older people in Bangladeshi Communities

Older people in small, tight-knit marginalised ethnic minority communities are at higher risk of social isolation, and some community members are at particularly high risk due to intersecting barriers from multiple fa

28 Jan 2021
We're Hiring! Ageing Equally Policy Officer (BAME)

Contract Type: Fixed Term

Role Type: Part-time

Location: Manchester (currently home-based)

Number of Hours: 17.5

Salary: £26,317 pro rata

 

25 Jan 2021
Stronger Together: A Co-production Webinar series

A Co-production Webinar series with the Ageing Better Programme

21 Jan 2021
Ambition for Ageing eBulletin January 2021

Our latest e-bulletin contains all the latest updates from Ambition for Ageing and our partners, and other ageing related news and events.

18 Jan 2021
Winners of competition to celebrate lives of older people announced

The winners of a photography competition by the GM Older People's Network, an Ambition for Ageing partner, aimed at challenging negative stereotypes of older people will have their work shown to thousands of people fr

12 Jan 2021
Ambition for Ageing extended until March 2022

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded extension funding from The National Lottery Community Fund that will see the Ambition for Ageing programme continue through to the end of March 2022.

 

12 Jan 2021
Survey for Support Groups and Activities Run for LGBT Over 50s in Greater Manchester

Ambition for Ageing and the Pride in Ageing programme at LGBT Foundation are undertaking work to scope the range of support groups and activities in

22 Dec 2020
Ambition for Ageing eBulletin December 2020

Our latest e-bulletin contains all the latest updates from Ambition for Ageing and our partners, and other ageing related news and events.

15 Dec 2020
Covid-19 and inequality: developing an age-friendly strategy for recovery in low income communities

Members of MICRA's Manchester Urban Ageing Group (MUARG) have authored the paper.

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