Global Intergenerational Week

Welcome to Global Intergenerational Week, a campaign connecting everyone who is passionate about everything intergenerational. In its fourth year, the week looks to inspire individuals, groups, organisations, local/national government, and NGOs to fully embrace intergenerational practice, connecting people of all ages especially the younger and older generations. The campaign will celebrate good practice, ideas, moments, and opportunities local to us where different age groups come together, and intergenerational friendships can be formed! It provides an opportunity to plan for the future developing new ways of connecting and being creative in how we use our spaces and places, and the resources generations have to offer one another.

Programme themes for 2023 are being planned and will be announced later in the Autumn.

Check out our report from Global Intergenerational Week 2022 and learn about all of the amazing events that took place. Read here!

 

Check out the highlights from 2022 here.

Details of how to get involved…

Our aim for the week is to get as many people as possible involved and talking about how they plan to connect younger and older generations to build strong connections and friendships.  If you would like to have a look at previous posts please search through the hashtag #IntergenerationalWeek.

If you are interested in taking part in the 2023 campaign please email Ruairidh Smith, our Policy Officer.

Watch out for further news in our twice-monthly newsletter which goes out on the 1st and 15th of every month and don't forget to check out 2022's list of supporters.

The campaign is led by an Executive Team involving Generations Working Together, Linking Generations Northern Ireland, Bridging the Generations, and The Beth Johnson Foundation.

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