The London Intergenerational Network is a self-organised group for people interested in running intergenerational projects to network and share learning. The network has been running since 2005 and Magic Me have just taken over the role of managing the mailing list.
People interested in being part of LIN can join the list – via this link
Magic Me is the UK’s leading intergenerational arts organisation – we understand the power of bringing people together from different generations to work on shared outcomes – in our case creative projects. However, the LIN is not exclusively for creative organisations and welcomes all those interested in bringing the generations together.
Meetings are held regularly and are a great opportunity for people interested or involved in intergenerational work to share experiences and good practice, meet, network and swap information in a friendly, informal environment. They are often hosted by members of the network and because we are a self-organising group members are encouraged to help out with arrangements, refreshments and meeting admin.
Although the meetings are always held in London, anyone interested in intergenerational work is welcome to join the network and to come to the meetings.
Featured image by Roxene Anderson from our Stepney Stories project.