Bristol Child Friendly City
Bristol Child Friendly City Network
Child Friendly Cities champion the role and voice of children in the city through the themes of public space, independence and play, culture and creativity, and children’s voice and democracy. In early 2015, the Architecture Centre, Playing Out, Room 13 Hareclive and the University of Bristol developed the Bristol Child Friendly City Network.
Inspired by global UNICEF guidelines the Network’s aim is to bring together a wide range of partners to campaign strategically and deliver grass roots projects that will support child friendly environments.
In November 2015, the Network hosted Bristol’s first Child Friendly City Symposium as part of the Thinking Futures Festival – a creative event where adults and children worked collaboratively to develop a child friendly vision for Bristol.
To find out more visit the Bristol Child Friendly City blog.
Download a copy of the Bristol Child Friendly City Vision.
The Bristol Child Friendly City Working Group consisits of: Architecture Centre, Playing Out, Room 13 Hareclive and Univeristy of Bristol.
The Bristol Child Friendly City Symposium was kindly supported by:
University of Bristol Thinking Futures Festival, Policy Bristol and ESRC Festival of Social Science.