People over 65 without homeownership are at the mercy of a steadily increasing rental market. Abby Bloom explains why government and policymakers urgently need a plan for inclusive, intergenerational housing.
We know the real productivity gains come from increasing workforce participation of people between 50 and 64 years of age. How can we remove barriers to enable this while better understanding the impact it will have on our society? Lisa Langley from COTA NSW explains.
When developing their Ageing Strategy, the NSW Government consulted with more than 4,000 older people. Helen Rogers explains what they learnt and what this means for the future of working and retiring.
We expect our decision-makers to make well-informed and responsible choices that benefit our communities. How can we measure the social impact this has? Jenni Greig has spent the last few years finding out.
Age discrimination, tough performance criteria, funding cuts and offshoring of jobs – Veronica Sheen says we need a full understanding of what the ageing workforce is up against in order to improve things.