Celebrating Age 2016 engaged approx. 1200 people across NI in intergenerational activity to mark 29th April, which is European Day of Solidarity between Generations.

96% of participants said taking part made them feel more included in their community and 94% said it made them feel better connected to their neighbours.

This compares to the 2015 statistics which were 93% and 91% respectively.

98 % of participants in both years thought it was important to celebrate EU day of Solidarity between Generations. This was pre-referendum!

Summary version:

Celebrating Age 2016 Summary report

What the each of the 34 groups did to celebrate EU Day of solidarity between Generations

Celebrating Age 2016 – what each of the 34 groups did

Full version:

Final report Celebrating Age 2016