Events & Training

  • GWT National Conference 2018  

    Wednesday 7th Mar 2018 at University of Strathclyde, The Technology & Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD     (£50)

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  • Social Connections

    Creative intergenerational co-design workshop

  • Have your say on accessibility solutions in Dundee

    You are invited to a presentation by Neatebox on 20th February 2018, from 10:00-10:45 in offices on 10 Constitution Road, DD1 1LL.

  • Interview with Ole Kassow, founder of Cycling Without Age

    Ole Kassow founded Cycling Without Age in Copenhagen in 2012. Since then he has given a TED talk and the project has spread to over 30 countries worldwide. It's without a doubt one of the most popular intergenerational projects today. We talked to Ole after a recent parliament reception about the inspiration behind Cycling Without Age, how to set up community initiatives and why it's important to tackle loneliness. This article is part of our winter campaign, Intergenerational Inspiration from abroad.

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Popular Resources

  • Year of Young People 2018 – five funds aimed at supporting young people

    *The Opportunities for Young People Grant Funding* has been allocated to support the delivery of informal opportunities for young people in *Aberdeenshire’s communities*.

  • A motion in Scottish Parliament

    Published on Sep 7, 2017 Members' Business Debate on the subject of (S5M-06963) Christine Grahame: Generations Working Together—That the Parliament notes the innovative collaboration between Newbyres Village and Newbyres Nursery in Gorebridge, where children visit older residents on a weekly basis; considers that this is to the mutual benefit of the children and the older residents; understands that, on these visits, the children paint with the residents, are told stories, plant sunflowers, are taught nursery rhymes and play hilarious games, which assist hand and eye co-ordination of both young and old; congratulates the charity, Generations Working Together, and Newbyres Village and Newbyres Nursery, on supporting this initiative, and notes the recommendations for similar projects elsewhere in Scotland.

  • Amazing Things

    Amazing Things list key features of a range of youth awards provided by members of the Awards network.

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Case Studies