The final conference of the project “Strengthening intergenerational ties”
On Thursday, 22 September, the final conference of the project “Strengthening intergenerational ties” was held in the ceremonial hall of the Red Cross of Serbia, organized by the Red Cross of Serbia and the Centre for Support and Inclusion Help Net. At the conference, the results of the project were presented and the short film of the same name was premiered.
Brankica Janković, Commissioner for Protection of Equality, Monika Podsklanova Šuhajdova, Second Secretary of the Slovak Embassy in Serbia, Nataša Todorović, Red Cross of Serbia, Gordana Milovanović, President of Centre for Support and Inclusion Help Net and other participants and project implementers spoke at the conference.
The topic of intergenerational cooperation is universal and equally important for all generations in all countries, emphasized the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Janković.
The International Visegrad Fund, which consists of the governments of four countries – Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic, has been supporting the strengthening of the idea of intergenerational solidarity at the regional level for the third year in a row. Mrs. Podsklanova Šuhajdova, in front of the Slovak Embassy in Serbia, pointed out the importance of supporting the development of intergenerational ties as an important element of social development, through regional cooperation.
At the conference, the results of the project were summarized in detail, and it was concluded that it is necessary to continue to develop and practice all the successfully implemented activities of the project in everyday life.
The project is implemented by the Centre for Support and Inclusion Help Net in cooperation with the Centre for Social Work Horelica from Slovakia, the European Group for Territorial Cooperation TRITIA from Poland, and the association TRIANON from the Czech Republic, with the support of the International Visegrad Fund.