'Ageing Well? Exploring the Sexual Rights of Older Adults in Arts & Wellbeing' Resources
Resources from our 'Ageing Well? Exploring the Sexual Rights of Older Adults in Arts & Wellbeing' workshop
Delivered in partnership with Professor Sharron Hinchliff (University of Sheffield) and the Flourishing Lives Advisory Group (FLAG), the workshop focused on how we understand and have conversations about the sexual and intimate lives of older people.
Here are the resources that were shared during the session:
- The presentation slides and resources from the session, with kind permission from Professor Hinchliff.
- ‘The Age of Love’ exhibition video.
- ‘The Age of Love’ audio play (20 mins story)
- Portraits of Menopause (online exhibition)
- Sexual Rights Charter (2 mins video)
Many thanks again to Professor Sharron Hinchliff for sharing her knowledge and expertise, and for all of her invaluable help in delivering the workshop. We are also very grateful to the members of our Flourishing Lives Advisory Group (FLAG) for all of their help in bringing the session together.
Professor Sharron Hinchliff leads a programme of research, education and innovation on sexuality, gender, and ageing at the University of Sheffield. Her work addresses inequalities in healthcare and wider society, and tackles negative social stereotypes and harmful discrimination that individuals can face. It is firmly embedded within a human rights framework. To learn more about Sharron’s work, visit sharronhinchliff.com