Our aim is to promote intergenerational solidarity. However, it means more than bringing together children and other people on occasional events.
It requires creating supportive economic and social environments which naturally foster exchange and cooperation across generations in our lives and value the contribution of all age groups of the society.
This means rethinking economic and social policies and ultimately creates age-friendly environment that makes it possible for citizens of all ages to take part in society, contribute and support each other.
Each generation can learn from others and so taking opportunities to create solidarity between generations. Solidarity between generations is necessary to create a new vision for the future and providing sustainable solusions to the social. Economic and demographic crises. Family remains the main source of intergenerational solidarity.
Social innovations are new ideas that aim to meet social needs in a better way than existing soultions, resulting for example from education, health, working, community development and social services.
These innovations can be products, services or models adressing unmet needs more effectively, create social relationships and form new collaborations.
Social innovation not only introduces new approaches to social problems, but is successful in changing the institutions that created the problems.
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