Intergenerational Fairness Forum Meetings

May 8, 2018

BJF are pleased to advise the addition to our website of the Parliamentary Intergenerational Fairness Forum information pages. The Intergenerational Fairness Forum was initially established as the Intergenerational Futures All Party Parliamentary Group in 2009, following the merger of two earlier All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) which resulted in the establishment of the Old and Young Together APPG.  As the Intergenerational Futures APPG it held meetings in Parliament from 2010-2015, sponsored by The Beth Johnson Foundation.  Following the 2010 general election and the introduction of different rules for APPGs, it has been re-established as the Intergenerational Fairness Forum. 

The Forum is chaired by Baroness Greengross. Baroness Altmann, Lord Stone of Blackheath and Lord Willetts are Vice-Chairs of the Forum.  The Forum’s purpose is to promote better understanding of the impact of policy on intergenerational relationships and the way in which public policy affects people at different life stages.  In order to achieve this it holds regular meetings in Parliament to discuss relevant, topical issues.  The Forum’s meetings are for Parliamentarians, IFF members and invited guests only. The Forum is now supported by donations from Aviva and EY.   
In addition to Parliamentary members it has Associate members representing wide-ranging organisations which share an interest in intergenerational issues, such as: Age UK, EY, Grandparents Plus, The Age and Employment Network, The Beth Johnson Foundation, the British Youth Council and The Joseph Rowntree Foundation.  If you would like to join the Intergenerational Fairness Forum and attend its meetings, please contact the Secretariat via


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