The European Centre will coordinate a new project on evolving inequalities on care and health across generations. This is a 3-year project funded by the GENDER-ERA Net in which we will have the pleasure of working together with Queen’s University from Canada and the Karolinska Institutet from Sweden. Older adults’ health (e.g. healthy life expectancy) and care-giving/receiving are two clear examples of existing inequalities between men and women. FUTUREGEN aims to understand how entwined GENder inequalities in health and care-giving/receiving evolve across GENerations in connection with cultural and social contexts and individual realities, and how identified sex/gender inequalities may evolve in the FUTURE.