Response to call for evidence for inquiry into intergenerational connection

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Integration has received an excellent selection of submissions from a diverse range of individuals and organisations to its call for evidence on intergenerational connection, which closed on 7th September 2018.

Commenting on these submissions, the APPG Chair, Chuka Umunna MP, said:

“We are delighted that so many individuals and organisations have come forward to share their knowledge and ideas on intergenerational connection by responding to our call for evidence. I am hopeful that our interim report in early 2019 will succeed in drawing together the insights and evidence we have received to set out a policy framework for uniting the different generations of our country.”

The APPG would like to express gratitude to all those who took the time to respond:

  1. Age UK Isle of Wight
  2. Apples and Honey Nightingale
  3. Big Lottery Fund
  4. British Academy
  5. British Future
  6. Church Urban Fund
  7. Downshall Primary School
  8. Leicester Ageing Together
  9. Dr Libby Drury, Birkbeck, University of London, and Professor Dominic Abrams and Dr Hannah Swift, University of Kent
  10. Linking Generations Northern Ireland
  11. Lorraine George
  12. Magic Me
  13. Methodist Homes for the Aged
  14. Dr Sarah Mills, University of Loughborough, and Dr Catherine Waite, University of Northampton
  15. Professor Steve Schifferes, City, University of London
  16. Shared Lives Plus
  17. Dr Sharon Green
  18. Sunderland College
  19. The Age of No Retirement
  20. The Cares Family
  21. The Equality Trust
  22. The Kohab
  23. The Linking Network
  24. The Scout Association
  25. The Ubele Initiative
  26. United for All Ages
  27. Women of Wandsworth
  28. Young Fabians
  29. Common Vision
  30. Housing LIN

These submissions will inform the APPG’s interim report into intergenerational connection, due to be launched early in 2019.