If you are planning any face-to-face or virtual events, holding intergenerational discussions or announcing any exciting ideas and projects across Australia, please do get in touch. We will include your events along with GWT's on the Global Intergenerational Week Campaign page and share your news via social media channels.
Here are some of the events taking place so far:
Wednesday 27th April
- Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice (AIIP) Symposium - 9am - 5.30pm (AEST)
The AIIP is delighted to host the 2022 Intergenerational Symposium at Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney concurrent with COHORT in Gold Coast, QLD, and online. The symposium will present an opportunity to hear about the most recent developments in the field, build connections and share knowledge. For those who are able to attend face to face there is a further opportunity to participate in a workshop and to network.
For further details and registration click here.
Please revisit this page regularly for updates as more events will be promoted shortly. If you would like to share your events please send your details to Anneke Fitzgerald.
Your Country Lead contact:
The country lead for Australia is The Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice Limited (AIIP), a charity founded by Emeritus Professor Anneke Fitzgerald in 2021. Anneke is a leading researcher in Australia in intergenerational practice and was involved in the pre and post-production of the well loved ABC television series “Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds”.
The overall purpose of the Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice is to re-connect communities through the development, implementation and evaluation of intergenerational programs. Their long-term vision is for intergenerational interactions and programs to be a normal part of our everyday life in both formal and informal settings.
Watch a video about their work to learn more.
Visit their website to connect with the founders and their work Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice.