You may have heard of play. It’s that thing children do – the diverse range of unstructured, spontaneous activities and behaviours. Children play in many ways, including by exploring movements, constructing with equipment, creating games,...Read more
The International Play Association (IPA) has published a report of its work to support access to play opportunities for children living in crisis. Adrian Voce reports.
The IPA World Conference in Istanbul 2014 agreed to undertake...Read more
On 31 May 2017, the national play advocacy body, A Chance to Play Southern Africa (ACTPSA) launched its new campaigning document, The Child’s Right to Play: a policy brief for South Africa, in Johannesburg. Adrian Voce reports on...Read more
The Foundling Museum in central London tomorrow launches a major new project, Child’s Play, centred on an exhibition of photographs by the artist Mark Neville. The exhibition will run until 30 April 2017, and be accompanied...Read more
Young children have the enviable ability to turn almost anything, anywhere into play. So if children’s play just happens, why should national government intervene?
Across much of the world, children’s opportunities for outdoor free play, and...Read more