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Technical briefings

Technical briefings: the Good Home Inquiry

This set of technical briefings has been prepared as part of the learning to support the work of the Good Home Inquiry.

  • Housing
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CaCHE

Past, present and future: Housing policy and poor-quality homes

This report presents a series of recommendations for addressing the widely acknowledged crisis in housing quality in England and its impact on older people.

  • Housing
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Ads for all ages

Ads for all ages: How age-biased are job adverts in the UK, and what can we do about it?

This report concentrates on one aspect of the recruitment process and illustrates the negative impact ageist language can have on older workers. It's a part of the Good Recruitment for Older Workers (GROW) project.

  • Work
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Priorities for Local Government

Priorities for Local Government: Transforming later lives

This paper identifies actions to guide how local government can champion a vision of inclusive growth that makes the most of the economic opportunities of our longer lives.

  • Ageing in society
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Ageing in a rural place

Ageing in a rural place

This paper provides a commentary on the challenges and opportunities for people ageing in rural and coastal places.

  • Ageing in society
  • Communities
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Getting our homes in order

Getting our homes in order: How England's homes are failing us

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of people have spent more time at home than ever before and the impact of poor living conditions on people’s physical and mental health is becoming indisputably more apparent.

  • Housing
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No place like home

No place like home: Findings from the NatCen panel Homes and Communities Study 2020

This report produces the findings from our survey conducted with NatCen, which looked at how people feel about their homes and the impact of the first lockdown on those aged 50 to 69.

  • Housing
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GROW

Too much experience: Older workers' perceptions of ageism in the recruitment process

This report shares findings on ageism in the recruitment process from the perspective of older workers. It's part of a wider programme of work looking at the recruitment landscape for employers and older jobseekers.

  • Work