Aboriginal rock art of the Gagudju people of Northern Australia, one of the oldest continuing cultures on the planet
The International Research Centre for Healthy Ageing and Longevity (IRCHAL) is a health promotion charity registered in Australia with tax-deductible gift recipient status. IRCHAL’s mission is to promote healthy ageing and longevity through interdisciplinary collaboration amongst the world’s leading experts on the science of health, ageing, and longevity. Over 200 top global experts from 26 countries and their affiliated research institutes, universities and peak bodies are connected to it in a world first collaborative network.
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The 4th International Forum on Healthy Ageing and Longevity will be held in late 2019. IRCHAL will once again bring together the world's leading experts from across the Globe in all fields of Health and Ageing.
This is the world's foremost forum on cutting edge relating to Healthy Ageing and Longevity.
To learn more about the new exciting format of our world forum click the below link.
IRCHAL aims to help bring the best global information on healthy ageing and longevity to healthcare practitioners and consumers using the best communication methods available.
"This is going to grow like a forum, and I can only make the parallels to the World Economic Forum, which discusses economic issues and endeavours, and the Aspen Institute, the think tank in the United States. Well, this has all the makings in Australia to bring the best brains related to ageing, so that we can discuss the most important demographic issue
of the 21st century, which is of course ageing".
Dr. Alexandre Kalache, MD, PhD.
Former Coordinator, Ageing & Life Course Programme,
World Health Organization (WHO). Geneva, Switzerland.