The liberation park in Groningen, the Netherlands, consists of 30,000 maple trees of five different variants. The trees were a ‘gift’ from the Canadian liberators after World War 2.
Running along an educational path, are...Read more
An influential committee of the European Parliament has issued a call for action on child poverty and social exclusion, following the release of a worrying new report that these are both on the increase in...Read more
As part of an iniative to enhance and promote stimulating health care for children in Croatia, 28 hospitals were awarded with a title “Hospital/Children’s Departments – Friend of Children”.
In a partnership with the Croatian Society...Read more
It is widely acknowledged that children’s interests are all too easily overlooked in policy development and implementation. The local governments in New Zealand conducted child impact assessments to increase the visibility of children in public...Read more
Research suggests that unstructured free play is critical to healthy child development. but there are no guarantees that any play area is truly safe. Therefore, urban planner Oksan Tandogan from Istanbul concluded that Turkish playgrounds...Read more