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PAiL are Recruiting!

PAiL are recruiting for two positions to help in our new development stage: A webmaster / social media expert for 1 day per month (2 hours a week) at £120 per day A administrator for 2 days per month at £10-£12 per hour. You would be working from home and giving our organisation a boost. […]

Consultations & Campaigns

Here you will find the opportunities to have your voice heard on consultations (such as the Mayor’s strategies for London) plus information and links to campaigns that PAiL supports. PAiL Report on Employment and Economic Development for Older Londoners: See attached the submission that we have made to the Mayor’s office.   PAiL Response to […]

Presentations & Reports

Here you will find expert presentations from PAiL conferences plus reports from the conferences and recommendations arising from group discussions. PAiL Report on Employment and Economic Development for Older Londoners: There were presentations on The DWP’s Strategy for Older Workers by David Anderson, on Universal Credit by Andrea and Corrine Gregory from DWP, on the […]

PAiL to Exist as an Independent Body

Following our recent meeting it was unanimously agreed by those attending – the founding members – to agree to set up Positive Ageing in London as an independent body and to agree the Articles of Association now amended. We will be circulating the final Articles of Association in the near future along with the Minutes […]

Older People’s Brexit Concerns Sent to Government and Parliament

After our joint event on Brexit and Older People on 11 January, the main issues and concerns that participants raised have been sent in a letter to David Davis MP, the Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, and you can see the text here, and as a submission to Parliament’s committee on Brexit. Issues […]

Welfare Reform Report Launched

Positive Ageing in London and Age UK London have today launched a research report to investigate and challenge the idea that those above state pension age are ‘protected’ from welfare reform, while also looking into the effect of changes on the under-emphasised group of ‘younger-old’ Londoners who are below state pension age but over the […]