Wise Age is currently running three campaigns:

Brexit and Older People

Wise Age supports a number of campaigns around age and employment related issues. Here is a copy of a letter sent to David Davis and the Parliamentary Committee on Exiting the EU raising point of concern for older people, which WiseAge supports and would ask you to do so also, raising these points to MPs and government.

In addition Wise Age supports the campaign for all our rights and protections that have been transferred back to the UK Parliament to be enshrined in a Bill of Rights. Wise Age also supports the campaign for older working women to not suffer financial hardship as a result of the rushed introduction of retirement age for women to be raised from 60 to 65 so quickly and with little notice.
CLICK HERE to download the Letter.

Age Diversity Declaration
AGE DIVERSITY DECLARATION Document – click here to download

The Charter for Older Workers
OLDER WORKERS CHARTER Document – click here to download

Wise Age also support other campaigns related to age.

KEY CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS

Wise Age and partners have developed key campaign documents - the Older Workers Charter and the Age Diversity Declaration which we hope people will use and circulate to their MPs. employers, government, MPs and Lords plus local councils to spread the positive message of age diversity and counter the ageism still rampant in employment and society.

LATER LIFE AMBITIONS Campaign

By 2030, there will be almost 13 million people in later life aged 65 or over.  Please click here to read more about the Campaign.

 

 

Wise Age is committed to giving older people/50+ a voice in deciding and implementing government policies at all levels, including government and local government.

Wise Age works with Positive Ageing in London and Age UK (London) to make sure our members have a say on the new Mayors Strategy for London.


Click here to have your say – Click the link to take part in the Age UK London Survey – click to view the Survey.

Mayor of London consultations

As part of the Mayor of London's development strategy, he is asking for feedback and consultation on each of his key consultations.

Please let us and the mayors office know of your comments and responses to these strategies which need to be inclusive, supportive and recognise the importance and impact of older Londonerslet us and the mayors office know of your comments and responses to these strategies which need to be inclusive, supportive and recognise the importance and impact of older Londoner:

Click to Download:The Mayor’s equality, diversity and inclusion Strategyand inclusion Strategy

Archived:

An Economy That Works for All Londoners (closed 13/03/2018)

Work and Health conference (closed 12/02/2018)

We will be advertising and promoting these opportunities for Wise Agers to have your say.