LGNI were delighted to welcome intergenerational enthusiasts from across a range of sectors to our conference in October, which took place at the Lagan Valley Island in Lisburn. Our keynote speaker was Jonathan Collie, co-founder of The Age ...
November 22, 2017Georgia Pink
The Digital Age Project is an initiative that focuses on the promotion of digital and social inclusion for older people, using an intergenerational approach involving young people. Come along to our informal workshop and find out more about how your organisation / group can use technology to link generations ...
June 29, 2017Georgia Pink
Go ON is an exciting support/training programme for people who want to find out more about technology and computers in a relaxed environment and at their own pace.See below for a range of free I.T training opportunities this Spring / April aimed at helping people get online and develop skills ...
March 30, 2017Georgia Pink
We need your vote for Connecting Care Homes to win the People's Projects 2017!VOTE FOR US HERE! LGNI are delighted to announce that our Big Lottery ...
March 16, 2017Georgia Pink
Go ON is an exciting support/training programme for people who want to find out more about technology and computers in a relaxed environment and at their own pace. These computer courses are held in local libraries with experienced staff on hand to help. Go ON allows people to enhance their ...
January 13, 2017Georgia Pink
The Digital Age Project conference took place on 22 Nov at Park Avenue Hotel in East Belfast. To coincide with the launch of Year 3 of the programme and celebrate the successes of the project so far it ...
November 29, 2016Georgia Pink
October 7, 2016Georgia Pink
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