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Valuing Age:
an Agenda for Society and the Church

Valuing Age: an Agenda for Society and the Church

Mark Santer, Bishop of Birmingham
First Leveson Lecture, 2001

This is the text of the first Leveson lecture given by the then Bishop of Birmingham on 31 January 2001 and marking the formal launch of the Leveson Centre. Mark Santer reflects on the place of older people in society and our attitudes towards them, offers a contribution to the debate on the future funding of long term care and encourages us to set an agenda for valuing age both in society and in the church. A postscript written by the Centre's Director and Consultant sets out some of its aims and expectations.

Valuing age? An agenda for Society and the Church (Leveson Paper 2)
Mark Santer, first Leveson Lecture, 2001

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