Occasionally communities experience tensions between different groups which often arise from a lack of understanding of each other and a failure to appreciate each other’s perspectives. Intergenerational projects provide opportunities for people of different generations to work together with a common goal from which they can gain a better appreciation of each other’s needs and aspirations. Such projects can also help to break down barriers which might exist between different groups in the community.
Our good practice guide covers:
- Benefits of intergenerational projects
- Setting up projects
- Managing projects
- Evaluating projects
It also includes good practice examples and a handy checklist as well as signposting you to other sources of useful information.
Click here to go to our Intergenerational Projects good practice guide.