Israeli Longevity Alliance (ISRLA – ILA Israel) Non-Profits
The main aim of the Israeli Longevity Alliance (ISRLA) is to act for the advancement of healthy longevity for the entire population through scientific research, technological development, medical treatment, public health and educational measures, advocacy and social activism. Within this general aim, the Israeli Longevity Alliance emphasizes and promotes the amelioration of the deteriorative aging process as the main factor undermining healthy longevity. The Israeli Longevity Alliance has been at the forefront of the longevity movement in Israel. Its members were instrumental in organizing national conferences on longevity, in 2013, 2014 and 2017, as well as petitioned the authorities and organized smaller events and publications throughout the year. Israeli Longevity Alliance strives to intensify longevity research activism in Israel and internationally. It is strategically allied with many organizations in Israel and worldwide with similar goals, including the International Society on Aging and Disease, the International Longevity Alliance, Vetek (Seniority) the Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life, Disabled not Half a Person, and others.