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  • Such complaints have their quotidian side, manifested, the anti-ageism literature points out, in implacable insults buried in everyday conversation.

    Shock of Gray

  • It is not so much an action movie as an anti-ageism tract.

    AGORAVOX - The Citizen Media

  • Gloria Hunniford, 69, (pictured here) has also 'struck a blow' for the anti-ageism lobby by landing a temporarily post replacing one of her Northern Ireland compatriots, Co Down's Christine Bleakley on the BBC's One Show when she goes on holiday in August.

    Northern Ireland Local News

  • BBC boss Mark Thompson: We get the message on anti-ageism

    WN.com - Business News

  • The survey also shows many tech workers remain unsure whether anti-ageism legislation has made it easier for older IT pros to find work or not, with almost half (48 per cent) saying they don't know whether the government's intervention has had an impact or not.

    silicon.com :

  • Image credit: Natasha Lomas/silicon. com last year's survey - suggesting anti-ageism legislation passed by the UK government back in October 2006, that made it illegal to discriminate against individuals based on their age during the hiring process; when considering promotion; or providing on-the-job training - has done little to help older IT pros get a fair crack at getting hired.

    silicon.com :

  • and they are not challenged to actively practice anti-ageism the way youth advisors are.

    Philocrites: Sinkford: Continental YRUU will be replaced.

  • Rachel Krys, campaign director of anti-ageism group the Employers Forum on Age, said: "This is an incredible leap forward on employment practices and great news for individuals.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

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