We were invited to the podcast ‘Mature Movers’ by Rosaria Barreto. You can find that wherever you get your podcasts, but there is also a video recording available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ermJqB5jWmI
We were invited to the ‘Redundancy Podcast’ by David Watts (September 2021). You can find that wherever you get your podcasts.
We have organised a stream for the Gender, Work & Organization 11th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference (because of Covid-19 delayed to 2021): Transforming Contexts, Transforming Selves: Gender in New Times (organized by University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, now a virtual event). Our stream was on Friday 2 July 2021 and was a successful day with very interesting presentations.
We participated in Virtual policy event: The overlap between ageism and ableism in the workplace on 28 January 2021. Recording of virtual policy event on the overlap between ageism and ableism in the workplace is now online. This contains a short presentation as well as returns after breakout-room sessions to talk about some questions regarding these topics. Based on this virtual event, we also co-written a report with ILC-UK: https://ilcuk.org.uk/enabling-age-at-work/. This report also was picked up by media: https://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/1/820/215778.html.
Sarah Vickerstaff has written a blog for Equality Matters on Age and Ageism during Covid-19.
An article has been written by Sheila Callaham for Forbes based on a presentation from our research at the GSA 2019 as well as an interview afterwards, which can be found here.