Citizenship and civic engagement: intergenerational foundation response

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Intergenerational Foundation
Intergenerational Foundation
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7 September 2017
Social Policy, Older Adults, Children and Young People, Housing and Homelessness
Social welfare
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In response to the House of Lord’s inquiry into citizenship and civic engagement, IF argues that more needs to be done to reduce geographic age segregation. Housing policy is a key cause of this problem.

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