The Ryman Prize

The Ryman Prize is a $250,000 annual award for the world’s best development, advance or achievement that enhances quality of life for older people.

The prize is awarded each year by an international jury appointed by The Ryman Foundation. The Prize, which consists of a cash sum of $250,000 and a commemorative medal, was launched by the Right Honourable John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, in February 2015.

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