Rapid advancements in medicine and falling fertility rates have contributed to the rise in the population of India’s older adults in recent decades.

The world’s population is ageing and increasingly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. This demographic transformation and its repercussions for climate action have remained under-explored.

The India ageing report 2023 sheds light on the challenges, opportunities and institutional responses surrounding elderly care in India, as India navigates a demographic shift towards an ageing population.

This paper deals with the diverse landscape of demographic and labour market trends in the region, and puts them in context with emerging trends and developments – repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, the transition toward a green economy, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the impact of and responses to climate change and natural disasters

The global food, fuel and finance crisis is having a devastating impact on millions of older people across the world. It is leaving them struggling to afford food and medical care, according to HelpAge International global report across 10 countries assessing the impact of this crisis on the lives of older people.

Population ageing is a defining global trend of the time. People are living longer, and more are older than ever before. Spectacular improvements in health and survival and reductions in fertility have driven this momentous shift, which has begun or is expected to begin soon in all countries and areas.

This report provides an overview of levels and trends in population ageing and the situation of older persons in Asia and the Pacific. It also provides an overview of policies and good practices on population ageing from across the region.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Ashwani Kumar Vs Union of India & Others dated 27/09/2022.

The Supreme Court directed the states and Union Territories to furnish information on their existing schemes operating for the welfare of the elderly with respect to (i) Pension for the elderly, (ii) old age homes in each district and (iii) levelled of geriatric care.

This paper assesses the latest evidence on climate change and population ageing in the Asia-Pacific region. It outlines implications climate change will have on meeting the objectives of MIPAA and the 2030 Agenda. The paper calls for a coherent policy approach that is inclusive and forward-looking.

Halfway into the implementation of the Global dementia action plan, the Global status report on the public health response to dementia takes stock of actions driven by Member States, WHO and civil society since the adoption of the global action plan, identifies barriers to its implementation especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and high