Intergenerational Resources

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On the same pAGE – This is Changing the Narrative’s intergenerational conversations campaign. You can download a toolkit to facilitate your own discussions. The campaign also partnered with PBS12 in Denver to create a television series of intergenerational conversations about a range of topics.

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CoGenerateThis organization is working to “change the societal norm for our age-diverse nation from one characterized by generations apart to one built by generations together.” They are raising awareness that we can and must change how we think about generations and they support the work of individuals and organizations bringing generations together to solve problems.

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Generations Over Dinner is a free global initiative to create meaningful multi-generational experiences and conversations. At the core of this initiative is this question: How many generations can you bring to the table? Can you find six generations to invite, five generations, four generations or even the significant touchstone of bringing three generations together. Everyone is invited to become a host to gather their friends, family and even strangers at both physical dinner parties and Zoom based gatherings.

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Generations United– A nonprofit network of member organizations, partners, and stakeholders committed improving the lives of children, youth, and older people through intergenerational collaboration, public policies, and programs. Check out their clearinghouse for information on different types of intergenerational programs.

Global Campaign to End Ageism

Connecting Generations – The World Health Organization (WHO) was requested to develop, in cooperation with partners, a global campaign to combat ageism. This guide, developed for the campaign, builds on the evidence in the global report on ageism that interventions for intergenerational contact is one of three strategies that have been proven to work in addressing ageism, together with policy and law and educational interventions. The guide provides step-by-step guidance for anyone who is using or wishes to use intergenerational practice to combat ageism and to promote understanding and mutual respect among generations.

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