Intergenerational Connections

NCVO / Carnegie UK Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society

‘Bridging’ Social Capital Free Seminar Series

Intergenerational connections

Date: 20 October 2008
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Venue: NCVO, London

The next seminar in the ‘Bridging Social Capital’ series will be looking at how connections can be made across generations and the value of this for society. What is intergeneration practice? What are the opportunities and benefits from fostering better understanding across generations? Key speakers Beverley Hughes (Minister for Children), Mariano Sanchez (University of Granada) and Sally Chandler (Manchester City Council) will lead the discussion.

Not been able to make the earlier seminars? Have a look at the report and presentations slides from them.

Read more and book a place.

If you’re interested in this topic you may also be interested in our approaching seminar: X and Y? The implications of a changing workforce for the VCS.

This will be looking at the concept of different generations and how they work together. Intergenerational working, if you will!

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