AGE is a European network of around 150 organisations of and for people aged 50+ which aims to voice and promote the interests of the 150 million senior citizens in the European Union and to raise awareness on the issues that concern them most.
European Approaches to Inter-Generational Lifelong Learning (EAGLE) has built a foundation for understanding Intergenerational learning in a European context. To access the resources and papers developed by EAGLE visit:
European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012
European Commission website for the 2012
European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations.
Generations United – A US based national membership organization focused solely on improving the lives of children, youth, and older people through intergenerational strategies, programs, and public policies.
IANUS tries to answer crucial questions on later learning by putting the networking aspect into the foreground. To find out more about IANUS and access the resources the project produced visit their website.
EMIL is pleased to support reciprocal IL links on a national and international level. If your organisation is interested in being included on this page please contact EMIL@bjf.org.uk.
IntergenerationAll – Highlighting great ideas for Intergenerational Projects: 11 outstanding intergenerational ideas addressing isolation and loneliness, migration and the environment.
International Consortium for Intergenerational Programmes (ICIP) – The only international membership organization focused solely on promoting intergenerational programmes, practice, research, and public policy from a global perspective.
Projektebüro “Dialog der Generationen” – Based in Berlin, Germany, this network offers a variety of connectivity in the region, community and neighborhood, creating increasingly European and international forums.
Spanish Intergenerational Network (SIN) – The Spanish Intergenerational Network is a vehicle to give more visibility to intergenerational work being developed in Spain and abroad. Functioning under the funding of the Institute of Older Persons and Social Services –within its program to increase opportunities for active ageing-, the Network aims to continue to map the field in Spain, foster research and publications on intergenerational practices and train practitioners.
The Intergenerational Center at Temple University – The Intergenerational Center, created in 1979, strengthens communities by bringing generations together to address critical concerns and creating opportunities for lifelong civic engagement.
The Generations Working Together is supported by the Scottish Government and works with public, private and voluntary sector organisations, as well as individuals and families, to gather and share best practice, provide information and support, and develop new opportunities for intergenerational working in communities.