YSTI joins GUM partners to plan new intergenerational programme

GUM project partners met for their second face-to-face meeting in Groningen, the Netherlands from 19-21 June to plan the next steps for the Generations Uniting through Movement project.

GUM project partners

The meeting was hosted by research partner Hanzehogeschool and the full agenda included global best intergenerational practice, development of a toolkit and training of practitioners. From January 2024 pilot GUM projects will be delivered in the partner countries of Bulgaria, France, Slovenia, Spain and the UK.

The Generations Uniting through Movement (GUM) project is supported by the EU Erasmus+ programme and the partners are ISCA (lead coordinator), Youth Sport Trust International (UK), Sports Union of Slovenia, BG Be Active (Bulgaria), Deporte Para La Educacion Y La Salud (DES) (Spain), Stichting Hanzehogeschool Groningen (Hanze) (the Netherlands) and Azur Sport Sante (France).

Find out more about the project here.