Bristol City Hall, venue for the conference The European Network for Child Friendly Cities has announced a new international conference, to be hosted by the Read More . . .
As the European Network for Child Friendly Cities opens a new chapter, its current president, Adrian Voce, offers this personal perspective on why the child-friendly Read More . . .
Four experienced advocates, Tim Gill, Adrian Voce, Darell Hammond and Mariana Brussoni, here make the case for placing children at the centre of urban planning, Read More . . .
By promoting a strategic approach to planning for play, banning segregated play space, and requiring development plans to take account of children and young people’s Read More . . .
The Planning (Scotland) Bill, which finished its third and final stage in the Scottish Parliament last month, looks set to make play sufficiency assessments, and Read More . . .
The international planning and design company Arup, in partnership with the Bernard van Leer Foundation, is initiating a social media inquiry into what constitutes a Read More . . .
In this adapted re-blog from the First Discoverers, Adrian Voce discusses the language of disability and suggests that attitudes and understanding, more than institutional terminology, are Read More . . .
In this guest blog, Alice Ferguson, co-director of the pioneering street play charity, Playing Out, suggests that one very practical response to the climate crisis Read More . . .