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The aims were to explore how people can be supported to contribute to their communities; and to identify where better evidence could support action.

Evidence has shown that those in later life who make voluntary contributions report an increase in wellbeing, self-esteem and social connections.

In January and February 2016, Ipsos MORI and the Centre for Ageing Better conducted two day-long deliberative workshops with people aged 45 and over, one in London and one in Birmingham.

We ran workshops to explore how keeping physically and mentally healthy and active is beneficial to those in later life.

An outline of our initial views in response to the terms of reference of the Cridland Review of State Pension Age.

Sixteen people from a range of backgrounds discuss the organisation's involvement in the area of physical activity among those in mid and later life.

Our research found that some people work longer to protect their financial security in later life. This roundtable focused on three related topics.

The discussions from our roundtable covered six key areas, including how to understand the pattern of events and how these impact someone’s ability to cope.

In this briefing we explore what retired people miss about work, why people work for longer and why people retire when they do.