David Kingman explores some new research which shows just how tough conditions for today’s youth will be as they progress through life
David Kingman argues that the world’s most powerful country is storing up significant problems for future generations to deal with
David Kingman explains how evidence from Japan suggests that keeping older people sociable and physically active can benefit both them and the rest of society
David Kingman explores the results of the 2012 British Social Attitudes Survey, which suggest the general public are growing less supportive of the welfare state in an age of austerity – and what this could mean for both younger and older generations
The failure of Rio+20 to establish a High Level Representative for Future Generations at the UN caused widespread disappointment. But persuasive campaigning to further support the rationale behind the proposals may yet be rewarded. Antony Mason and Kirsty Scheeberger report.
Antony Mason suggests that Jeff Randall’s TV report should be required viewing for anyone interested in today’s intergenerational issues.
Antony Mason looks at the intergenerational dilemma posed by the Dilnot Commission, and the new White Paper on social care
David Kingman reports on the launch of IF’s Intergenerational Fairness Index, which assesses how intergenerational unfairness has worsened in the UK during the last 20 years
Liz Emerson looks at the wider implications of the alarming EHRC report on the quality of council-run home care
Antony Mason sees the potential for conflict, but argues that finding common ground serves all parties better