Global Intergenerational Week
Shining a light on Global Intergenerational Week
Civic buildings lit up 25 April – 1 May read more
Back Row L-R: Vicki Titterington (LGNI, Director), Cllr Robert Adair (Dep Mayor, North Down & Ards), Eddie Lynch (Commissioner for Older People for N Ireland), Koulla Yiasouma (The N Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People) , Sharon Parker (St Comgall’s PS) with staff & residents from Bryansburn Care Home & St Comgall’s PS pupils
The week runs from 25 April – 1 May 2022 and it looks to inspire individuals, groups, organisations, local/national government and NGO’s to fully embrace intergenerational practice, connecting people of all ages especially the younger and older generations. The campaign will celebrate good practice, ideas, moments and opportunities local to us where different age groups come together, and intergenerational friendships can be formed!
Show your support by signing up your Organistion/Group/Setting and getting your logo on the Global Intergenerational Week page.
You can access the social media resources and see the thematic days for the campaign. We will be actively updating our social channels throughout the campaign. By downloading the supporters pack you can find out all you need to know about how to get involved.
LGNI want as many individuals, communities, settings and organisations to reach out and develop intergenerational connections to support and promote #IntergenerationalWeek – check out our Intergenerational Activity ideas for Global Intergenerational Week! and resources page
You can sign up for Global Intergenerational Week online events
Why not join us for an epic intergenerational campaign and share your journey with us?
Watch this clip below to find out more, as Vicki explains how you can get involved to make the most of this Global opportunity!
In case you missed it…
You can catch up on the global launch which took place on 2nd February.