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The Jerusalem Declaration on Ageing 2020

Contemporary human society faces unprecedented forces that will strongly effect the future. One major such force is the accelerated ageing of populations. This is driven by two interacting componen...


Hybrid Visitors Programme launched

Our on-line Visitors Programme will reflect the Oxford experience with personal interaction with key academics, fellow visitors, access to a wide range of Oxford resources, seminars and workshops.&...


Mohamed Ismail | NAME Network

The Institute welcomes Mohamed Ismail, Associate Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing.  Mohamed joined the Institute in 2020 to work on research relat...


Recent Blogs

Can the Madrid Plan on Ageing (MIPPA) Current Review Benefit the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region?

The ageing transition is happening in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. It is happening fast that the governments, policies, and individuals don't fully realise it. Even though li...


Conditioned thinking as a risk factor in older migrants' health

How does the health of migrants in the UK compare with that of their age peers in their country of origin? Do they enjoy better health in later life? Recent research looking specifically at Turkish...


Redundant After 65: The Hidden Effects of COVID-19 on Intergenerational Solidarity in Turkey

After triggering the biggest global economic turmoil since 2008, COVID-19 has left many people without jobs or a stable income. Precarious jobs were first to disappear, and since older people (65+)...


COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa, MENA Region

It has been several weeks since the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic. Different countries have reported different infection and mortality rates. Spain, Italy and t...