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SSIR Series: Meeting the Multigenerational Moment

March 15 – June 7, 2021

HASHTAGS & HANDLES

Hashtags: #Gen2Gen #intergenerational #SSIR #multigenerational #SocEnt #socialimpact
On Twitter tag: @EncoreOrg, @EisnerFound, @SSIReview
On Facebook tag: @Encore.org, @iamGen2Gen, @EisnerFoundation, @social.innovation
On Instagram tag: @encoreorg, @eisnerfoundInstagram

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Age segregation has created a wide range of social problems, including an epidemic of #loneliness made worse by #COVID19. A new @SSIReview essay series, in partnership with @EncoreOrg & @EisnerFound, explores surprising #intergenerational solutions. https://ssir.org/meeting_the_multigenerational_moment

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“Meeting the Multigenerational Moment” — a new @SSIReview series, in partnership with @EncoreOrg & @EisnerFound — explores #intergenerational solutions to a wide range of social problems — including an epidemic of #loneliness made worse by #COVID19. https://ssir.org/meeting_the_multigenerational_moment

 

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Age segregation has created a wide range of social problems, including rampant ageism and an epidemic of loneliness made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, a vibrant movement to bridge generational divides is underway.

“Meeting the Multigenerational Moment” — a new SSIR essay series, presented in partnership with Encore.org and The Eisner Foundation — explores some of the most promising intergenerational innovations.

Written by a mix of social entrepreneurs, academic researchers and philanthropic leaders, the series will look at fresh ways to combat age segregation and make the most of an increasingly multigenerational society.

Each week, SSIR will publish a new essay in the series. Read the first essay and then sign up to receive notifications! https://ssir.org/meeting_the_multigenerational_moment

 

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Age segregation has created a wide range of social problems, including rampant ageism and an epidemic of loneliness made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, a vibrant movement to bridge generational divides is underway.

Meeting the Multigenerational Moment” — a new SSIR essay series, presented in partnership with Encore.org and The Eisner Foundation — will explore some of the most promising intergenerational innovations.

Written by a mix of social entrepreneurs, academic researchers and philanthropic leaders, the series will look at fresh ways to combat age segregation and make the most of an increasingly multigenerational society.

Read the first essay and sign up here to receive notifications whenever a new essay in this series is published!

 

IMAGES TO SHARE—SSIR SERIES

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Original Illustration by Gracia Lam

 

1st Essay: Overcoming Age Segregation

HASHTAGS & HANDLES

Hashtags: #Gen2Gen #intergenerational #SSIR #multigenerational #agesegregation
On Twitter tag: @EncoreOrg, @EisnerFound, @SSIReview, @marc_freedman
On Facebook tag: @Encore.org, @iamGen2Gen, @EisnerFoundation, @social.innovation
On Instagram tag: @encoreorg, @eisnerfound

SAMPLE LANGUAGE AND POSTS

Twitter

How can social innovation bring together the talents of young and old to improve life for all? Don’t miss this new @SSIReview essay “Overcoming Age Segregation,” by @EncoreOrg’s @marc_freedman and @EisnderFund’s Trent Stamp. #Gen2Gen #intergenerational https://ssir.org/articles/entry/overcoming_age_segregation

 

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How can social innovation reshape a century of generational separation in the US and bring together the talents of young and old to improve life for all? Don’t miss this new SSIR essay “Overcoming Age Segregation,” by Encore.org’s Marc Freedman and The Eisner Foundations’s Trent Stamp.

https://ssir.org/articles/entry/overcoming_age_segregation

It’s the first in a new series called “Meeting the Multigenerational Moment,” written by a mix of social entrepreneurs, academic researchers, and philanthropic leaders who are looking at fresh ways to solve a range of pressing problems with intergenerational solutions.

Sign up (upper-left corner of the page) to receive notifications when SSIR publishes a new essay in this series.

 

e-newsletter / email blurb

Don’t miss, “Overcoming Age Segregation,” written by Encore.org’s Marc Freedman and The Eisner Foundation’s Trent Stamp. In it, they explore how social innovation can reshape a century of generational separation in the US and bring together the talents of young and old to improve life for all. The essay is the first in a series, “Meeting the Multigenerational Moment,” published by the Stanford Social Innovation Review, in partnership with Encore.org and The Eisner Foundation. Watch for a new essay every Monday!

IMAGES TO SHARE—1st ESSAY

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Original Illustration by Gracia Lam

 

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