New publication: From the Past to the Future – A new view of Life

New article by an EMIL member Amaia Eiguren Munitis: Intergenerational projects seek to find ways to improve relationships within society. As a result of the economic, social and political situation that we are living through, the welfare state is struggling to ensure that the most disadvantaged groups receive the support they need. With intergenerational projects, … Read more

New book published “Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society”

This volume explores intergenerational practices and their impact on social sustainability, with an emphasis on developing programmatic efforts to address profound social challenges such as underperforming educational and work-related systems, failing support systems for dependent or vulnerable populations, and community renewal and regeneration efforts. To this end, the core argument is to present issues related … Read more

The TOY-PLUS project has officially started

TOY-PLUS is the natural follow-up to all the research and practice carried out during the past four years by the TOY partners. We identified the lack of training opportunities and adequate knowledge about intergenerational learning principles and practice as a major gap to ensure the implementation of meaningful and quality intergenerational experiences between young children … Read more

Successful 2 day meeting to launch the TOY-PLUS Project in Leiden

The TOY-PLUS project was launched in Leiden (NL)- Nov 14th and 15th, 2016. Representatives from all the partner organisations (universities, research institutes, NGOs and local authorities) came together to the Kick-off Meeting where we had a vibrant discussion about the implementation of the activities. A very good start to the project! TOY-PLUS is funded by the European Commission Programme Erasmus +, … Read more