LGNI launches new research on the benefits of Intergenerational Approaches to Education and Learning for Children & Young People

To mark EU Day of Solidarity between Generations (29th April) we are launching our latest research exploring the benefits of Intergenerational Approaches to Education and Learning.

You can access the research below on this page and check out our short film for a summary of key findings.

With thanks to The Public Health Agency for supporting the research, Sarah McWilliams of Juniper Consulting for undertaking it, The Dept. for Education NI, The Education Authority, The CCEA for their ongoing support and to all the invididuals that were consulted and interviewed as part of our research.

If you would like more information or to speak to a member of our team about how Intergenerational approaches could work for your school or organisation, please get in touch at infolgni@bjf.org.uk.