It is a narrative methodology developed by David Denborough and Cherryl White during a project in Canada in a community of refugees and immigrants with intergenerational issues.

Their differences seemed to involve intractable and unsolved negotiation between the young and the senior members about "the new" and "the old" world.

To build intergenerational alliances the work was based on key principles of narrative practice such as the location of the problem in its larger social context, raising and sharing skills, the elucidation of their common purpose, as well as the contribution and involvement of all through documentation and ceremonial setting.

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