This article from Market Watch may be mostly about the business aspect of closing the generation gap but has some truly profound effects on co-existence between people of different generations.
Gen2Gen Encore Prize is set up by the non-profit Encore.org. It aims to sponsor programs that get people over 50 years old to work with or for the younger generation. It’s a great initiative that has resulted in creative ideas. One idea even aims to get low-income teens to teach the older generation some new-age skills or hobbies such as non-violent video games.
It’s a great contest that has spawned countless effective programs that makes the community more harmonious. We at Co-Creation Magazine are extremely proud of the contestants and what they have achieved.
More power to everyone!