This Grundtvig project seeks to encourage inter-generational learning between elderly learners and young adults. It builds on the ICT skills (e.g. navigating the internet and using e-mail) that the young adults already have and encourages them to share these skills with elderly learners who do not have them. The objectives of the project are to: develop inter-generational interaction between elderly people and young adults at risk of disaffection within lifelong learning; promote basic IT literacy amongst elderly learners; develop self confidence, communication skills and citizenship ‘soft skills’ amongst young adults; embed a positive inter-generational culture within local communities. Coordinator: Lancaster & Morecambe College (UK). Partners: Zukunftsbau GmbH (Germany), Natverket SIP (Sweden), Kolping College (Lithiania), Cigli Halk Egitim Merkezi ve A.S.O. Mudurlugu (Turkey), IPSSARCT (CTP EDA) A.Panzini (Italy), Help Direct (UK).