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Intergenerational Learning

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” ― Henry Ford With global boundaries becoming seamless; with innovation spearheaded by the incessant advancement of industries and technology, with unprecedented political upheavals and resulting wars etc., the world in changing in leaps and bounds. A constant need […]

HackUnito for Ageing: a programme to support Intergenerational Exchange

In Torino, the initiative HackUnito for Ageing launched by the University of Torino took place to emphasise the role of intergenerational exchange for building a more inclusive society. Indeed, the project is focused on using care centers as hub to allow elderly people and children to familiarize each other. In collaboration with different care centers […]

Kick-Off Meeting

As from the beginning of the two-year „Generations in Interaction: Integrational Learning as a Constructor of Identity and Culture” project, in Warsaw at the end of September took place a three-day Kick-Off Meeting. We have an opportunity to welcome our partners from seven other organisations from Finland, Slovenia, Italy and Romania – people completely dedicated […]