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The Linking Network works with children and young people to build relationships with people they might otherwise not meet – people of different ages, ethnicities, religions and backgrounds – through School Linking and Intergenerational Linking. Through our work, children and young people are supported to unlock a life-long commitment to taking action in their communities.


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Today is @UN International Youth Day & it focuses on Intergenerational Solidarity, including tackling ageism

We're celebrating the young people linking with older people living in care homes through #IntergenerationalLinking - a project connecting generations & communities (1/4)

The @WHO Global Report on Ageism identifies intergenerational interventions as 1 of 3 key strategies to address ageism.
It states they can lead to a greater sense of social connectedness & strengthen intergenerational solidarity. We've seen this in #IntergenerationalLinking (2/4)

It's been a real privilege to see connections develop across our 11 projects.

Through #IntergenerationalLinking with care homes we hope to Create a World for All Ages!

#InternationalYouthDay @DunhillMedical @DCMS @TNLComFund #iwillFund @MyHomeLifeUK @Linking_Network (4/4)

Today’s #AmplifyAnAccount is @BooksCampaign providing FREE books by authors of colour -“no-one should be denied the opportunity to increase their education, their learning or to simply immerse themselves in a great book”@sofiaakel
Follow/RT to amplify….we rise by lifting others

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