Don’t miss the biggest edition of the Child in the City World Conference
Cities increasingly become more and more concrete areas, lacking green areas like parks and playgrounds. At the same time, children are increasingly addicted to screens instead of playing outside. How can we make cities nice and safe places for children and motivate them to go outside again?
Would you like to be part of a global gathering that addresses these issues and exchange ideas with other experts? Thereby learning from best practices, and turning theory into reality for your city!
Then join the 9th edition of the Child in the City World Conference takes place in one month (24-26 September) in Vienna, the capital city of Austria.
Biggest edition so far!
With registrations from over 38 different countries all over the world and more than 100 speakers, the 9th edition of the world conference promises to be the biggest edition so far.
Speakers amongst others:
Putting young ‘city-zens’ at the heart of urban planning
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
How do we balance children’s rights to cultural and social freedom with our duty to protect them from abuse and exploitation while also promoting a healthy and active lifestyle for children and young people? One of the themes that will be discussed at the Child in the City World Conference is ‘Children and young people and media’…. Read more ›
CitC conference to showcase bilingual kids learning book
A bilingual picture book that helps young children’s language skills will be showcased at next month’s Child in the City World Conference. Papperlapapp was originally devised by a team of child and design experts in Austria to help youngsters from migrant backgrounds help develop both their own language and German. It’s aimed at children aged… Read more ›