Over half of the world’s population – 4.2 billion people – live in cities. This number is expected to rise, with 68 per cent of the global population estimated to live in urban areas by 2050. Among the world’s megacities – defined as urban areas with more than 10 million inhabitants – Tokyo, Japan is the largest, with 37 million citizens....Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

Save the Date – Dublin 2020

Do you have a story, experience or perspective to share about child equality in the urban world? Then share it at Child in the City World Conference in Dublin 2020. A call for papers is out...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy

The City at Eye Level for Kids

Dutch urban design firm STIP has produced a book for children which takes a look at the city landscape from their eyes. The City at Eye Level for Kids is the result of close working between...Read more
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Helping children recover from trauma

In any classroom in Australia, there will be at least one, but possibly several, students who are suffering from a traumatic event. Not limited to sexual abuse, trauma can also result from neglect, poor attachment to...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Weedy