The 9th Child in the City World Conference was a great success. Over the next coming weeks, we will be sharing articles, photos and videos documenting the lessons, reflections and next steps. Until then here is...Read more
EU Youth Ambassador Ali Mahlodji is one of the keynote speakers for the Child in the City World Conference coming up from September 24-26 in Vienna, Austria. Ahead of the conference, he spoke about his...Read more
‘The city of tomorrow’ is an educational project that aims to include children and adolescents in the construction process of public space (squares, neighbourhoods, cities). Equipping them with the necessary tools to develop their creativity...Read more
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...Read more
Global children’s rights advocate Child in the City has unveiled a new expert scientific committee, who will be responsible for the content and programming of future events.
It’s the first step in the restructuring of the...Read more
Urban designer Ankita Chachra is the third and final keynote speaker for the Child in the City World Conference in Vienna. She will share child-focused strategies and design guidance to inspire leaders, inform practitioners, and empower communities...Read more
The programme for the Child in the City World Conference 2018 in Vienna is complete. More than 100 speakers will present their expertise and latest research on urban development, children and media, mobility, equality and diversity.
Over the...Read more
The rapid speed of technological change brings new and constant challenges for children and their digital rights. Which is why we seek insights from different perspectives and disciplines. If you would like to speak at...Read more
Child in the City Foundation is delighted to partner with WienxTtra and the city of Vienna in hosting the 9th Child in the City World Conference in Vienna, Austria, to be held September 24th-26th 2018. If...Read more
The role of local governments – and their many departments, functions and responsibilities – in creating and promoting child-friendly towns and cities, is the main focus of the Child in the City movement. Making space...Read more
Planning and designing open spaces close to nature, with and for children, is more than just having nice open spaces for children. The participatory process is at least as valuable as the utilization of these...Read more
The Play Map is an exciting new resource, developed by Play Scotland, that provides step-by-step guidance for creating more child-friendly communities in Scotland by strategically planning for play-friendly local areas. The Play Map has been...Read more