Abstract The goal of this master thesis is to find out how generations can learn from each other - from one another and about each other. In the beginning it was important to get to know the development, goals, boundaries and limits of generational projects. We received this information and data by talking to experts. Through the interactions with the experts, seniors, parents, and observation of the children, it was possible to experience successful learning in multiple ways. In the beginning of the thesis, theoretical basics about the topic will be explained in more detail. There will be a large portion of information about inter-generational learning as well as about the lives of children and the elderly. Furthermore, there will be information about corporations who work with inter-generational learning, and especially the institution “Gip”. The results of the study show that all of the inter-generational learning projects meet the requirements to ensure the best possible outcome. They have the same procedures, barriers, and goals. There are no strong differences between the nurseries and retirement homes. However, a disadvantage could be found, as intergenerational projects are only effective for people who are still movable and flexible. There are no possibilities or offers to include people who are in wheelchairs or are very fragile. This means that those people are still excluded from the social environment. However, the results show that inter-generational learning can have positive effects for young and old people, but there could still be improvement in some areas.