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How the media love discourses of intergenerational conflict

I have found myself Dr Angry over the last two days.  I mean Dr Really Angry.  It started with the amount of airtime given to a new outfit, The Intergenerational Foundation, which describes itself as having been established to research ‘fairness’ between current and future generations in the UK.  They published a report that suggests … Continue reading

The young, the old, and understanding well-being in later life

How should we engage children and young people in thinking about long term financial well-being?  I know this is a little off-piste, but I really do think that the greatest way to engage children in understanding of lifetime and lifecourse issues (of all kinds) is to encourage living in intergenerational communities. Where interacting with people … Continue reading

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