2:30 PM
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Regional Event

Shifting intergenerational practice from “nice” to “essential”

Global Intergenerational Week is an annual campaign celebrating all things intergenerational. The campaign looks to inspire individuals, groups, organisations, local/national government, and NGOs to fully embrace intergenerational practice, connecting people of different generations in intentional, mutually beneficial activities.

As part of Global Intergenerational Week 2024, the Australian Institute for Intergenerational Practice (AIIP), in collaboration with GenLab Collective (Singapore), Generations Connect (New Zealand) and Mighty Oaks (Hong Kong) will be hosting a virtual expert panel discussion and Q&A event.


Date: Monday 29th April 2024

Time: 2.30pm AEST

Duration: 90 mins

Cost: Free

Event Theme: Shifting intergenerational practice from “nice” to “essential”


Attendees will hear about the importance of intergenerational practice as a proven strategy to combat ageism from a global perspective, and highlights from the latest WHO publication Connecting Generations. They will also hear about intergenerational practice initiatives within countries from the Asia-Pacific region, and strategies to embed intergenerational practice within care and education settings, and the broader community will be discussed. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions and join the conversation around advancing the intergenerational practice agenda.

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