November 12, 2019 

King’s College London


The inaugural International Longevity Policy and Governance Summit will provide a dedicated and efficient platform for facilitating interdisciplinary dialogue with a variety of relevant organisations and stakeholders, including Government and state-level organisations related to healthy longevity, preventive medicine, science, technology, healthcare policy, finance (including both executive branches of Governments and regional representatives of citizens and society) from all over the world.


The State of Play of Healthy Longevity in the UK

The UK National Strategy for 5 extra years of healthy life expectancy by 2035

What we can learn from abroad: Lessons from the East, West, North and South

Synergetic cross-country collaboration for efficient development of Healthy Longevity National Plans

Action 2020- Maximising the longevity dividend for all- taking the urgency of Climate Change to Healthy Longevity for all Nations

Tina Woods

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Longevity International UK

Dmitry Kaminskiy

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Aging Analytics Agency

Eric Kihlstrom

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Longevity International UK

Rt Hon Damian Green MP

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Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity

Lord Geoff Filkin CBE

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Strategic Advisory Board Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity

Rt Hon Lord Willetts

Chair, Public Policy Advisory Board APPG for Longevity

Catherine Davies

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Deputy Director, Ageing Society Grand Challenge at Department of Health and Social Care

Professor, Kenji Shubuya

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Institute for Population Health, Kings College London.

Mike Hodin

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Global Coalition on Aging (TBD)

John Godfrey

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Legal and General, Chair of Financial Advisory Board of APPG for Longevity