One of the future's most important challenges is the fast demographic aging of the society. This challenge can only be reached with the participation of all generations.
The Intergenerational Solidarity is an obvious exigency that allows each person to find its place in the society, to progress and to contribute to the general welfare. The Intergenerational Solidarity must be considered as a social stability element.
This solidarity is based on two pillars, the national and collective solidarity and the familiar solidarity. The Group has to consider the coordination and the complementarity between the public and familiar solidarity in order to join our experiences, to continue with the society's public debate and to reflect on the intergenerational solidarity according to these five points of view:
Studies and Working Group. OLBIA, Sardinia, 2nd April 2011