“If you think about countries where the climate is warmer, people usually meet outsides of houses in the park and they can talk and you don't have to make all the arrangements in your own home. Here in Sweden, it's not so easy to do that because the climate is like it is…” said social living development strategist Dragana Curovic.
“[Older people] don't share the everyday life, which means that they can't really always understand the everyday life of the younger generation. And if you add to that a younger generation with a different cultural background, it becomes almost impossible to meet each other. So that was the idea for the project,” she explained.
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Additional reporting by Idil Tuysuzoglu