How can we ensure child-friendly planning is a reality? It’s a question which gave real food for thought as the first parallel session in the Feestsaal hall at Child in the City World Conference 2018.
During the Child in the City World Conference in Vienna, there were a number of interesting field trips to child-friendly places across the city. In this article, Simon Walter who was the tour guide recounts...Read more
Hundreds of children’s rights experts from across the globe have this week been in Vienna for the 9th Child in the City World Conference
This bi-annual event was held over three days, bringing together a...Read more
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...Read more
The OCARA Network is a Latin American network for the exchange of experiences and projects on city, art, architecture, mobility and urban space with children. With the aim to share work undertaken in similar urban...Read more
The 10 shortlisted school designs in the running for the 2018 World Architecture Festival (WAF) award provide a true feast for the eye.
Australia leads the way with three entries, while schools in Iran, Singapore, Morocco,...Read more
Sedentary lifestyles and bad diets are putting thousands of children in several Indian cities ‘on the brink’ of developing potentially serious health problems.
That’s the conclusion of medical researchers who have studied the habits of around...Read more
Ensuring the rights of children in Vietnam’s cities, including access to basic provisions, is at the heart of a new UNICEF project.
UNICEF says it wants to work with the government to help the country build...Read more
As child-friendly municipalities go, the ancient city of Mechelen in northern Belgium is a shining example. From families to play to culture, from leisure to sports to the arts, it ticks many boxes. But getting...Read more
Dublin’s all-inclusive policy to put young people at the heart of the decision-making process has enabled the city to truly address the ‘play’ issue for its youngsters. It’s a dynamic approach that child professionals at...Read more