Making Child Friendly Cities through School Safety: A Case Study

So much is said about future of cities and yet city planning is not done by those who have a long future: children. This is odd. The 108th issue of Southasiadisaster.net is titled ‘Children in Urban Space: Making Child Friendly Cities’ highlights the concept of a ‘Child Friendly City’. This issue of Southasiadisasters.net outlines the key pre-requisites to make child friendly city by documenting the experiences and expertise of organizations and individuals that have strived towards this ideal.

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Resource type: Articles

Topics: Children & young people

Agency: All India Disaster Mitigation Institute

Date published: April 2014

Pages: 16

 

Making Child Friendly Cities through School Safety: A Case Study
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