Project partners

Innovage built on the expert research team at the centre of the Futurage project, which created A Road Map for European Ageing Research. In total nine partners from seven different countries made up the consortium, each bringing different disciplinary interests and expertise in ageing research.

Our partners

The University of Sheffield, Department of Sociological Studies (USFD)
United Kingdom

The University of Sheffield: School of Health and Related Research (USFD ScHARR)
United Kingdom

Lunds Universitet (ULUND)

Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (UHEI)

Newcastle University (UNEW)
United Kingdom

National Institute of Health and Science on Aging (INRCA)

Age Platform Europe (AGE)

Eurocarers (EuCa)

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU)
United Kingdom

Latvian Council of Science (LCS)

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Guiding principles

All partners shared the following principles:

  • A shared commitment to science applied to the improvement of human wellbeing.

  • Ageing research requires a multi-disciplinary perspective.

  • Europe is not presently maximising its considerable resources and not currently improving wellbeing and quality of life as rapidly as possible.

  • A new vision of ageing is required which emphasises the positive potential of older people.

  • The great potential for social innovation in this field has not been sufficiently exploited.