Monthly Archives: June 2013

Intergenerational Solidarity: Revolution, really.

Of all the economic items the EU countries have on their collective plate these days, why not briefly take a look at aging population as one of the most obvious underlining factors that is challenging its social and economic development. … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Relations: A Revolution?

Who owns the space on the conversation about intergenerational relations? On certain levels it lives with social policy and research groups; but you might ask, is it trickling down in reality at street level? Well with the “starting small” approach, … Continue reading

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Generations Connected: Abuse Awareness Days

If there is an issue for all generations to be connected to, though for not a happy reason, it’s abuse – abuse of any kind. As mentioned in last weeks post, June 15th is UN World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Day:Starting Small

Starting small. The first of four principles that steers the guiding questions behind the goals of the i2i Intergenerational Society of Canada. Starting so small, that until a colleague of mine sent me the news last week I had never … Continue reading

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