#MakeTheLink EU Day of Solidarity 2016

April 26, 2016

Linking Generations Northern Ireland’s (LGNI) vision is that Northern Ireland will be ‘age-friendly’ and generations will work together to build communities for all ages. They believe that bringing generations together is a catalyst for positive social change. Their experience has taught them that intergenerational practice promotes better understanding and respect between young and old, creates opportunities to share skills, is inspirational and addresses shared problems. It is also great fun! 

Watch Lynne from Team LGNI on how simple it is to for EU Day of Solidarity 2016 on April 29th, between generations wherever you are!
LGNI are part of the Beth Johnson Foundation so please take a look at what they are involved in and read more about how to get involved here


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