The writer and consultant Tim Gill has announced a new research project to explore the factors at work in policymaking for more child-friendly urban environments. In this article he describes the project, the issues it...Read more
More than half of the world’s children now live in cities. In this first of a three-part article Sam Williams, of the planning and design specialists Arup, writes about the need and the challenge to...Read more
The big UK-based planning and design consultants, Arup held a specialist workshop on 15 February on the theme of child-friendly cities. Adrian Voce reports.
An invited group of around 50 professionals including planners, architects, landscape architects...Read more
A research project in a Montreal suburb highlights the dearth of child-friendly environments within children’s own neighbourhoods, write Swathika Anandan and Malaka Ackaoui of McGill University, Canada.
Children are among of the primary users of the cities we live in....Read more
Children’s letters on what they find to be a child-friendly city can guide urban planning and enhance a spatially oriented understanding of children and politics.
The child’s right to participation suggests encompassing children’s views as a...Read more