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Global Intergenerational Week might have concluded for this year, but intergenerational practice is here to stay, every day!

Whether you organised or participated in an event, or spoke up online about the benefits of bringing generations together – we’ve been inspired by all of your activities to raise the profile of intergenerational practice this week.

But there’s still so much we can do together as a global community to advocate for reducing ageism and using intergenerational practice as a proven strategy to do so.

Here are a few suggestions from the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism on how we can build on the momentum as a worldwide community working to create #AWorld4AllAges

  • From step-by-step guidance on intergenerational practice to the best available evidence on ageism – the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism’s new digital home has a resource for you.
  • Explore everything available on, and sign-up to join the Global Campaign and stay up-to-date on the latest opportunities.
  • We’re looking for organisations and communities around the world, especially from low- and middle-income countries, who are willing to work with us directly to implement our ‘how-to’ guide on intergenerational practice, Connecting Generations.
  • If you’re looking for support and are also open to collaborate on a case study of your experiences we can share with others, contact us at (limited slots available).
  • We’ve heard you! We’re working on a version of the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism logo that anyone can use for their initiative, event, publications, and more to be a part of the movement and show support.
  • We need your voice to shape how we design this logo. Place your vote in our short survey by 15 May 2024 (Wednesday).
  • To spread the word on ageism as widely as possible, we need to translate our resources into other languages – and we need your help.
  • To get involved, explore our new FAQs on how to contribute a translation on the Global Campaign to Combat Ageism website.

In case you missed it, here’s a message from the WHO Director-General on ageism and intergenerational practice.

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