Learning for active ageing and intergenerational learning
This study is intended to improve and extend the available knowledge about learning for active ageing and the role of intergenerational learning in active ageing. It brings together key findings from academic and other literature on the subject identified up to the end of May 2012, primary and secondary sources collected for 22 case studies, and material created by activities and projects funded through the European Commission’s Grundtvig programme actions. This report brings together and summarises the key findings of the literature review, case studies and analysis of Grundtvig programme... funded projects to demonstrate the benefits of investing in and supporting learning for older people, how these benefits can be realised and what can be done to achieve them more widely.
- Corporate author(s): 3 S , Danish Technological Institute , Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (European Commission) , ICF GHK , Technopolis Themes: Demography and population, Vocational training
- Subject: cooperation policy, education policy, EU programme, in-service training, older worker, professional qualifications, teacher training, vocational training