The project AgeinGreen is an intergenerational project, supported by Erasmus+ program, which aims at raising awareness among older people about climate change and how they can contribute. The consortium is composed of partners coming from Slovenia, Poland, Spain, Cyprus, and France.
The project is coordinated by Anton Trstenjak Institute of Gerontology and Intergenerational Relations (IAT) which is a Slovenian national scientific, research, expert and end–user institution within gerontology and good intergenerational relations in Slovenia.
The Spanish partner is the non-profit organization Gantalcalá La Rioja whose mission is to contribute to the development of a participatory, tolerant, and supportive society, through education, transnational mobility, culture, and social inclusion.
The Polish partner is Mapa Pasji, a foundation discovering local treasures which includes the development of Questy (an educational field game that combines elements of fun and learning, treasure exploration, and the joy of discovery). By doing so, the Foundation promotes the culture of regions and also creates space for seniors.
The French partner M3Cube is a non-profit organization that aims at bridging and shrinking the digital gap between generations by being a catalyst for actions and ideas promoting intercultural and intergenerational communication.
Finally, the partner in Cyprus is the Center of Active Citizens for Sustainable Development (CitizensACT), a newly established not-for-profit organization based in Nicosia, Cyprus. The aim of this NGO is to help vulnerable entities, and promote active citizenship among all citizens regardless of their age, gender, colour, religion, ethnicity, language, or abilities.
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