NEWS FROM THE ENCORE MOVEMENT

NEWS FROM
THE
ENCORE
MOVEMENT

NEWS FROM THE ENCORE MOVEMENT

Encore Expands in the UK

Encore Expands in the UK

The UK encore community is growing, with innovative organizations deepening their commitment and new programs taking shape. With growing numbers of older adults, health and financing challenges, and generally pessimistic views of later life (according to the latest...

Encore Reading List: Winter ‘19 Highlights and ’18 Favorites

Encore Reading List: Winter ‘19 Highlights and ’18 Favorites

The year is just getting started and we’re making room for the next wave of books on the longevity beat. They’re essential reading for anyone interested in models for living in our more-old-than-young society or thinking about an encore career. Check the books out,...

Innovations in Aging: ILC-UK and Stanford Longevity Prize Finalists

Innovations in Aging: ILC-UK and Stanford Longevity Prize Finalists

What’s driving change in the multi-faceted world of aging? Prizes are an important catalyst to stimulate creativity and promote promising ideas. We're highlighting two programs with different goals and participants; they've brought to life a fascinating variety of...

Encore Fellowships Expansion: San Jose, MDs, Longer-term Roles

Encore Fellowships Expansion: San Jose, MDs, Longer-term Roles

What’s driving change in the multi-faceted world of aging? Prizes are an important catalyst to stimulate creativity and promote promising ideas. We're highlighting two programs with different goals and participants; they've brought to life a fascinating variety of...

Encore Prize semi-finalists announced

Encore Prize semi-finalists announced

As encore leaders, we know ageism is the biggest obstacle to our success with funders, nonprofits, governments and people of all ages. This week's galvanizing example: Knock the Vote, older adults in "greedy geezer" mode telling young people not to vote. Take your...

Hawaiians Embrace Encore Careers

Hawaiians Embrace Encore Careers

A quick tour of 50+ news: the UN's perspective, technology supporting social interactions, Age-Friendly Boston and Next for Me, a resource developed by "modern elder" innovator Chip Conley.