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UK Creating Intergenerational Communities Project

LGNI are delighted to be working on this exciting project to develop quality indicators for Intergenerational Practice with our UK partners!

UK Creating Intergenerational Communities Project

LGNI are delighted to be embarking on a new project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund! This multi-year project is led by Generations Working Together in partnership with LGNI and Apples and Honey at Nightingale! The generous fund will allow us to train and upskill communities and grassroots organisations across the UK, to develop and facilitate new intergenerational projects and opportunities!
The programme will also introduce and promote new quality standards for Intergenerational activities, providing confidence and ensuring sustainability. LGNI's role in NI will be to identify a number of pilot settings to take part and train and upskill staff to deliver intergenerational activities and also to evaluate their work and its impact against the newly developed Quality Indicators!
This year LGNI are focusing on identifying pilots within the Early Years Sector in NI.  You can check out related news items to this project below:


You can check out the UK project page for more info via Creating Intergenerational Communities (generationsworkingtogether.org)
This project has been made possible thanks to an award from The National Lottery Community Fund, as part of the Bringing People Together funding programme which aims to build stronger connections across communities in the UK.

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