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LLLAwards2016: and the winners are…

The LLLPlatform is pleased to announce that the Jury has spoken, and the three LLLAward winners who were announced during the Ceremony on 11 October in Brussels are…

third-ageThird Age Failte IsteachFáilte Isteach is a community project involving predominantly older volunteers welcoming migrants through conversational English classes. The project provides the necessary language skills to new migrants in a student-centred, welcoming and inclusive manner while involving older volunteers and recognising their skills, expertise and contribution to the community.aine-ariana

Aine Brady and Arianna Ball receive the Award from Fiorella Perotto from the European Commission.

balkansBalkans, let’s get up! Balkans, let’s get up! inspires and empowers young adults from 11 Balkan countries to become active citizens and initiate change in their societies. Within the programme our participants learn about democracy and civil society, develop project management skills and implement their own project ideas. The educational modules of the programme are based on learning through experience and aim at strengthening teamwork, overtaking responsibility and critical thinking.andrea

Andrea Zsigmond receives the Award from Estzer Salamon, member of the LLLAwards2016 Jury as LLLPlatform Steering Committee member.

csm_toy-logo_3c5f0eed43TOY: Together Old and Young: People are living longer but older adults and young children are having less and less contact with each other. The purpose of the TOY Programme is to promote intergenerational learning and create new possibilities for senior citizens and young children to learn together and benefit from each others’ company. Read TOY’s latest Position Paper here!


Margaret Kernan receives Award from Audrey Frith, member of the LLLAwards2016 Jury.

The winners in the category Inspiring Practices are…