Spaces that are welcoming towards or suitable for children; designed with the needs, interests, or safety of children in mind. We can distinguish between ‘places for children’ and ‘children’s places’ (Rasmussen, 2004), where the first are places that have been designed, built and organised by adults for children, whereas children’s places are places that children attribute special meaning to,
that they themselves choose, use, define and create.
The same Agreement you disgraceful zealots have destroyed as part of your effort to colonise Northern Ireland.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Everything he built, you & your EU colleagues have demolished. He warned you all, but you wouldn’t listen. https://twitter.com/MarosSefcovic/status/1551692388313305090
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.