This report highlights why and how city stakeholders should start to create child-friendly urban environments. It begins by highlighting the changing urban context and sets out the five core challenges of urban childhoods. It goes on to articulate two fundamental concepts for the development of more child-friendly approaches: ‘everyday freedoms’ and ‘children’s infrastructure’. It then…
The Child Friendly Cities Initiative (CFCI) was launched in 1996 to respond to the challenge of realizing the rights of children in an increasingly urbanized and decentralized world. This Handbook is a succinct summary of the practices, common challenges and lessons learned. It contains a step-by-step guide to establishing a CFCI, which leaves adequate room…
DeCID: Co-designing social infrastructure with children affected by displacement is a project led by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit (UCL) and CatalyticAction, and funded by UKRI through the Global Challenges Research Fund.
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