The TOY Project has connected with ARUP, an global independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists. >> Read more
Yesterday and today the TOY-PLUS project was launched in Leiden (NL), hosted by ICDI.
Representatives from all the partner organisations (universities, research institutes, NGOs and local authorities) came together to the Kick-off Meeting where we had a vibrant discussion about the implementation of the activities. A very good start to the project! >> Read more
TOY partner Linking Generations Northern Ireland shared with us a wee film they’ve made about the ethos behind their work and the simple but important ideas that lie at the heart of intergenerational practice: making connections to build stronger communities, tackling age stereotypes and sharing skills and experience….
They believe strongly – and we completely agree with them! – that intergenerational approaches are an innovative social tool to work towards building communities for all ages as well as positively engaging with a variety of other social issues such as community safety, skills and knowledge exchange and community wellbeing.