Case Studies: Archive

Case studies archive
  • Contrasting Cultures

    Scotland/Rwanda intergenerational event.

  • En-R-G

    Challenges the view that young people are to be feared in the community, through the medium of radio broadcasting.

  • Food Project

    Researching nutrition and healthy eating across the generations .

  • Gardening Project

    Working together to stop vandalism.

  • Gen-UP

    Dispelling some of the misconceptions held by younger and older people about each other.

  • Glasgow stories and the arts

    Glasgow Life/Arts plays a role in helping to nurture and develop local organisations.

  • Intergenerational North Lanarkshire Projects

    A strategic approach to increasing intergenerational practice in six secondary schools.

  • Kingsland History project

    Shared stories with pupils past and present at Kingsland Primary School.

  • Lasting Legacy

    Lasting Legacy was the culmination of five years of archival and oral history research into the Kibble Centre, which coincided with its 150th anniversary in 2009.

  • Living Memory

    Sharing memories between generations, through the Childhood Games intergenerational project.

  • North Edinburgh Intergenerational Project

    Lessening conflict between younger people and older adults through building skills in dealing with conflict positively.

  • Oor Torry Arts Project

    Enthusiasm and interest from the local community, along with a great sense of pride in their local heritage, inspired this exciting Intergenerational art project.

  • Supported Befriending

    Young people working as volunteer befrienders.

  • Technology Project

    Teaching technology to older people. I

  • Tullibody Community Garden

    Helping families afflicted by unemployment.

  • Wii Project

    Young people teaching older people how to use the Wii.

  • Generation Arts

    Generation Arts – involved creative movement and play.

  • In My Day

    In My Day was an intergenerational workshop dance project in North Glasgow.

  • Kinship Care Project

    Support for Kinship Carers who have volunteered as carers.

  • Per-sev-ere

    Creating more opportunities for young and old to come together through community involvement.

  • Sparr

    Training disadvantaged young people in research, film, editing, interviewing, and web/graphic design skills.

  • Foxbar Angling

    Foxbar Angling Club took hard-to-reach children from the Foxbar area of Paisley on fishing trips.

  • Andover

    A joint project involving pupils from Andover Primary School, Brechin and Angus Gold 50 plus participants, involved in learning new creative writing skills through drama and role play.

  • Borders Asperger and Autism Support Group

    The role of Borders Asperger and Autism Group Support is to provide support and aid to families.

  • Libertus

    Supporting people of all ages, who experience physical or learning disabilities or age-related infirmity, through the medium of the arts.O