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International Longevity Centre-South Africa (ILCSA) is a not-for-profit research, education and policy organisation which focuses on challenges and opportunities of population ageing, the promotion of healthy and productive ageing, and optimisation of older persons' participation in society. ILCSA is hosted by The Albertina and Walter Sisulu Institute of Ageing in Africa (IAA) at the University of Cape Town. ILCSA is a partner in the International Longevity Center Global Alliance.

News briefs

ILCSA co-hosted a seminar on quality of care and health standards in long-term care. Read more...

ILCSA president Monica Ferreira gave the keynote speech at the 10th Anniversary Celebrations of GAPA (Grandmothers Against Poverty and AIDS). Read more...

ILCSA together with the Institute of Ageing in Africa and several partners is organising the 1st IAGG Africa Region Conference on Gerontology and Geriatrics. Read more...

LCSA staff and associates participated in the NANHRI conference on human rights and older persons. Read more...

ILCSA president Monica Ferreira, co-president of the ILC Global Alliance (with Baroness Sally Greengross, ILC-UK), co-chaired the 2011 board meetings in Leyden, The Netherlands. Read more...

ILCSA participated in an ILC Global Alliance conference on integrated care for frail older people. Read more...

Ma Sisulu, stalwart activist in South Africa's liberation struggle, dies at her Johannesburg home at the age of 92. Read more...

ILCSA director Sebastiana Kalula participated in a South African Older Persons' Forum (SAOPF) dialogue with health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi. Read more...

ILCSA disseminates a research policy brief on supporting older carers to persons affected by HIV/AIDS. Read more...

ILCSA hosted the 2010 Annual Board Meetings of the ILC Global Alliance in Cape Town. Read more...

ILCSA convened an international symposium on dementia in Cape Town. Read more...

ILCSA co-ordinated the drafting and dissemination of the Cape Town Declaration on a Global Response to Dementia. Read more...

 
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