Involving children in the design process can bring a wealth of advantages to built environment projects, empowering the children and creating a sense of ownership. While adults may build places for children such as playgrounds, these places may not meet children’s needs. Children should therefore be actively involved in designing and planning spaces that are meant for children.
fantastic opportunity to share @decid_toolkit with @MaimunahSharif @UNHABITAT
practical handbook on #codesign built interventions with children affected by #displacment
in partnership w @UNICEF
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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.