In order to provide "support for people affected by national socialism and to encourage intergenerational dialogue" as described by CAF Russia, the programme in 2013 provided a meeting place for former prisoners of concentration camps in cooperation with the German Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future". It targeted those aged 72-77 years who were physically mobile. The project had two thematic areas: 1) Creative workshops on various topics (e.g.
Research Institute of Science for the Better Living of the Elderly implemented the intergenerational "cyber family" programme in 2005, funded by the Korean Commission for Youth. Online exchange and discussion was held between middle school students in rural areas and older persons in cities. Students posted what they wanted to share (e.g. worry about their study) and older persons posted replies based on their wisdom and experience. The group also had several offline activities to meet one other in person.