Silver Linings: The Active Third Age and the City

Posted in: News on November 6, 2013

In this project Building Futures has explored the potential that an older, but active and engaged cohort could have in shaping our cities. Silver linings: The Active Third Age and the City, invites you to imagine a world in which this group have become the answer to some of our most pressing economic and social challenges and encourages us all to think about the way in which we can harness this incredible new resource to kick start city economies and safeguard urban communities.To read the report from the Building Futures Website Click Here

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