A range of resources can be found through the links on the left hand side including the latest from GWT, 'Generations Talking Together'. The report details the event which took place on Tuesday 22 March 2011 at the Business Centre of the City Chambers in Edinburgh supported by Generations Working Together, the City of Edinburgh Council and the Scottish Youth Parliament.
The Centre for Intergenerational Practice (CIP) is the principal provider of intergenerational resources in the UK and delivers a wide range of products to support organisations with the development and promotion of intergenerational work.
Amongst CIP resources you will find a range of publications and guides, case studies and evaluation reports. Quarterly newsletters keep CIP members updated on the latest news and information around intergenerational work.
The objectives of ICIP (International Consortium of Intergenerational Programmes) are to:
• Promote the importance of intergenerational initiatives as agents for social change.
• Support and promote intergenerational approaches to programmes, practices, public policy and research worldwide.
• Provide a collective voice and networking mechanism to connect intergenerational practitioners and researchers across the globe.
• Encourage a systematic approach to understanding how intergenerational programmes and practices work.
Evaluating Intergenerational Projects - A practical guide, published by CIP, Nov. 2009. This report illustrates how existing toolkits can be used for evaluation.
How Do You Know That Intergenerational Practice Works? - A guide (published by CIP) to getting started on evaluating Intergenerational Practice