Generation Y

Blog
Dec 9, 2011

Dear Generation Why: A letter to my younger self

Tara Mahoney
This article is a letter to written to my younger self 50 years from now, looking at the current global situation and generation Y's role in ushering in mass social change.
News
Nov 1, 2011

Intergenerational lessons for the Occupy movement

Emma Pullman and Judy Rebick
We have much to learn from each other. We don't have to choose old or new ways of thinking and doing: we can choose to create a fusion of both. We can forge an alloy stronger than its separate parts.
News
Oct 3, 2010

Narcissism, entitlement, aggression and rape

Colin Horgan
The recent attack on a teenage girl in B.C. and the images from it that circulated online have set off a defensive response in some young people. This is part of a disturbing trend.
Blog
May 26, 2010

Nothing but net(working)

J. Maureen Henderson
If networking is the holy grail of job hunting, what happens to young job seekers without a network?
Blog
May 5, 2010

The myth of Gen Y homogeneity

J. Maureen Henderson
The idea of "Millennials" is a marketing constructs that excludes non-white, non middle-class youth.
Blog
Apr 29, 2010

Model behaviour

J. Maureen Henderson
Should Gen Y women be holding out for a hero?
In cahoots
Jun 30, 2009

Rethinking prosperity

For more than six decades each generation has had greater material prosperity than the last. This trend may be changing and our mentality must change along with it.
Event

Bring Your Boomers # 3: Power and Energy Connecting the Dots

Dec 11, 2012 to Dec 12, 2012
The Rio Theatre
1660 East Broadway (and Commercial Drive)
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 15' 44.5896" N, 123° 4' 11.1648" W
British Columbia CA
Bring Your Boomers combines intergenerational dialogue with music, film, visual art, storytelling and dance to provide a culturally driven entry point to discuss social transformation.
Event

Gen Why's Bring Your Boomers Party

Mar 12, 2011 to Mar 13, 2011
VIVO Media Arts Centre
1965 Main Street
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 3.5976" N, 123° 6' 2.8512" W
British Columbia CA
Our second Gen Why event and inaugural BYB (Bring Your Boomers) party brings generations together for on-stage inter-generational dialogue.
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