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The Stanford Social Innovation Review, has launched a series of essays exploring innovations that bring together older and younger generations. Published in partnership with Encore.org and the Eisner Foundation, these essays focus on intergenerational strategies in areas such as affordable housing, mentoring, funding for intergenerational programs, and much more. 

Every Monday from now until early June a new essay will be released on the Stanford Social Innovation Review website. The first essay "Overcoming Age Segregation," is available to read now. 

To read and learn more, click here 

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  • Date

    Mar 16, 2021

  • By

    Mark Freedman & Trent Stamp


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