The conference presents the benefits of Intergenerational Learning to different aspects of life in a city, from social cohesion to employment.
Keynote speeches and workshop themes include:
• The return of the citizen to the neighbourhood: learning to be
• “It takes a village to raise a child – and to teach an old man new tricks”: cities as spaces for learning to know
• Co-habitation – Development and urbanism, living standards, historical events
• “Why ain’t we livin’ together?” – cities as spaces for learning to live together
• Entrepreneurship – Forging new job opportunities