Applications are open for cities to join the Streets for Kids programme, part of NACTO’s Global Designing Cities Initiative. Twelve global cities will be selected to receive either technical assistance or one-off workshops on street...Read more
During the week of October 15th, the city of Bogotá was host to the urban walkability event Walk21. It included a series of panels and workshops on how to encourage cities to be friendly and...Read more
The Brazilian city of Boa Vista is the latest urban centre to embrace the Urban95 initiative, which asks planners and architects to experience cities through a child’s eyes.
Created by the Bernard van Leer Foundation, Urban95’s...Read more
A new report highlighting global examples of how city living affects children has been designed to help parents in the Israeli city region of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
The International Step by Step Association (ISSA), which promotes child development, has...Read more
Bhubaneswar in India is aiming to be the country’s first official ‘child-friendly city’ within the fast-growing Urban95 global network.
This east coast city wants to be part of a movement which poses a bold but simple...Read more
The 8 80 cities project in partnership with the Bernard van Leer Foundation and Urban 95 has published a new report on the participation and engagement of children, young people and their families in creating...Read more