The 2021 State of the Older Nation report is based on research commissioned by the federation of nine Councils on the Ageing (COTA) across Australia to understand the views, life experiences and needs of Australians aged 50+. Watch the launch here.
Debate is continuing about the Uluru Statement from the Heart, which calls for structural reform and constitutional change to create a new relationship between First Nations people and the Australian nation. COTA NSW's June webinar discusses this important subject for Australia's future.
The launch of the new report by COTA NSW and Challenger, "Experience, Knowledge and Commitment: Valuing Older Workers", includes a recap of the findings by Keith McGowan of Newgate Research, and a lively panel discussion about this very important issue.
This report on age discrimination in the workplace was produced by COTA NSW in partnership with Challenger. It looks at current practices, experiences and barriers, and the types of support and intervention that will best meet the needs of employees and employers across a range of businesses.
This webinar looks at the recent report by COTA NSW Director Associate Professor Myra Hamilton and colleagues on older single women without children. They are not as well off as you might, think due to family expectations to play a caring role and the burden of managing without a second income.