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Grant Reilly


6th September 2021

Healthy Ageing

HAIC Meeting October 2021

Our next HAIC event takes place on Wednesday 20th October 2021, 1000-1200 on Microsoft Teams.

The event will feature a presentation on the latest white paper produced by the Department for International Trade (in collaboration with partners) on the continued ageing of the global population, with the pace of ageing increasing rapidly.

In 2019, the United Nations’ World Population Prospects report projected that by 2030, the number of people aged 60 and over will rise by 38 per cent, from 1 billion to 1.4 billion. Globally, this age group will outnumber youth, and the increase will be greatest and fastest in the developing world.

Join the discussion on the global challenge and how we can find innovative solutions working in collaborative partnerships.

Meeting agenda:

  • Welcome & introductions
  • Partner update
  • Commercial industry pre-recorded showcase videos
  • Susie Izimi, Department for International Trade, White Paper on Ageing
  • Q&A discussion
  • Final comments & close

We expect this event to be well attended and encourage you to register early to guarantee your place.

We are managing event registration through Eventbrite. We only have 70 spaces available to participate in the session so register now to ensure you don't miss out.

Registration closes on Tuesday 19th October 2021 at 1200.

Once registered you will receive a confirmation email, which will contain joining details for the Microsoft Teams meeting at the bottom of the email. Please make sure you save this into your calendar to ensure easy access to the event.

You will receive a reminder email on the day of the event with the login details should you require it.

You can also log into your Eventbrite account and go to the Online Event Page (once registered) and the login details will be available there too.

Register now

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