This article analyses the selected literature and projects dealing with the topic of inter-generation learning through the concept of generations and educational practices in local and formal conditions. The first part of the article provides an overview of inter-generation learning development and of inter-generation moral education and education, as well as of their definitions. The second part features the characteristics of organised intergeneration programmes in educational institutions. In the end, the article concludes with a claim that inter-generation cooperation represents a must of the present day, that inter-generation learning offers an opportunity for the development of new educational models that contribute to the progress and cohesion of both the participants and the community they belong to.
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