The objective of the research is to know, through the interviews' discourse analysis in-depth with 16 responsible for older people entities, the general vision of active ageing and old age: What it consists of, how they perceive it from their organisations, their experience and attitudes in this respect, etc. and if this vision incorporates a gender perspective. The aim is to investigate the link between old age and ageing process from a gender view and, in some cases, its vision of Feminism. The gender perspective is fundamental in analysing ageing, since even today; it is not the same to age as a man or a woman. In the results, the feminism/s (and even the gender or old age construct) is only a part of the discourse of some interviewees who have a very specific profile. This absence can be interpreted as an indicator that the gender view (and/or feminism) applied to active ageing and old age has not yet been clearly in the social organisations most involved in older people.
gender; feminism; active aging; old-age; organizations for older people