The term implies the involvement of members of two or more generations in activities that potentially can make them aware of different (generational) perspectives. It implies increasing interaction, cooperation to achieve common goals, a mutual influence and the possibility of change (hopefully, a change that entails improvement) (Villar 2008).

    Feliciano Villar (2007) Intergenerational or Multigenerational? A Question of Nuance, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5:1, 115-117, DOI: 10.1300/J194v05n01_11