Child in the City World Conference gathers delegates from 36 countries
The number of registrations for the Child in the City World Conference continues to increase. So far we will welcome 230 delegates from 36 different countries all over the world. We are really proud to bring such a large international group of people together, who all actively work to create child-friendly cities.
Participants will be flying in from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Israel, India, Indonesia, Japan, Turkey, New Zealand, the UK and the US. As well as a number of European countries.
The conference is all about learning about best practice, exchanging ideas on how to turn policy theory into reality, and ultimately being part of a global community which knows – and more importantly cares – about the challenges. With this amount of delegates so far already, this edition promises to be the biggest edition so far! The registration is still open.
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How does a child ‘see and experience’ a city? Solve this and you unlock the secret to what really constitutes a child-friendly environment that works for everyone. It’s a question which urban planner Aminah Ricks works tirelessly to answer, and she will be sharing her experiences at this month’s Child in the City World Conference…. Read more ›
Children and media in a digital world
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CitC conference to showcase bilingual kids learning book
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