There is a pressing need to address stagnated debates on social exclusion in later life, and the deficits in research and policy that they sustain. These circumstances have become more urgent in the wake of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. This edited volume responds to this need in addressing social exclusion in later life, its key attributes and manifestations, and its construction and amelioration through policy structures and systems.
AGE has contributed to the content of this publication, which is the result of a collaboration between members of EU-funded research project Reducing Old-Age Social Exclusion – ROSEnet.
It is part of a series of publications on International Perspectives on Aging