With the support of the Research Support Foundation of the State of Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ), we revisited and updated a core reference on ageing policy, WHO’s “Active Ageing: A Policy Framework”, developed in 2002. The revised Active Ageing: Policy Framework in Response to the Longevity Revolution contains new evidence, and compelling policy concepts, themes and priorities which will be relevant for societies in the coming years. The report is available in English and Portuguese. The Spanish translation will be launched in May 2016.
In addition, we are undertaking research on the perceptions of Active Ageing and developing a set of indicators to monitor progress on Active Ageing.