Ageism has significant individual and societal consequences. When ageism intersects with other forms of bias, individuals’ implications can worsen.
Canada will soon be a super-aged society—20 per cent of the population will be over age 65 by 2024—the majority of the group will be women. There’s never been a more urgent time to address ageism and look at ageism alongside other biases.
Download RTOERO’s white paper The nuances of ageism: How intersectionality can impact the experience of aging to learn more about ageism and how RTOERO is working to address it.