On 24 June I will talk of safety of children in public transport during 16. meeting within the framework of “of accessibility with CUPT – transport standard in practice” organised by The Centre for EU Transport Projects (CEUTP). Zapraszam!
During Walk Bike Places conference (Indianapolis & Online, 15-18.06.2021) our Placemaking Europe KIDS working group will present itself during our own session “Let children rule the streets!”. I will talk about a book that I write with and for children. Join us!
That is how I talked of writing a book with and for children during “Kids & Cities – the World’s Children Day webinar” organised by Placemaking Europe KIDS.
We met in June 2019 during Placemaking Week Europe in Valencia and established a Kids Working Group within Placemaking Europe Network. But we didn’t start regular meetings until the pandemic. We have become cooperators, inspirers and first of all friends.
A children’s mayor of Amsterdam; a founder of a company, which solves very adult problems of organisations and societies with the help of children and in the same teaches problem solving to children; a mother of a child with autism spectrum; participation and inclusion experts and me – on 20th November, the international Children’s Day we will all talk during Kids & Cities international webinar on the importance of listening to children and supporting their independent performance in urban space. Join us!
Save the date! On 20 November I will speak during World Children’s Day Webinar organised by Placemaking Europe KIDS , I will talk on a book for children that I have started writing together with children.
My article entitled “Barriers and Pleasures of the Urban Space for Children” has been published in Conscious Cities Anthology 2020: To Shape and Be Shaped, which is a part of Conscious Cities Festival.
Join me on 22.10 during Sensing Our City/ Conscious Warsaw Webinar, which will take place within the framework of Conscious Cities Festival 2020. I will speak on Urban games – children and urban space.
My friend from the UK, who spends half of his life in Scandinavia corrected me once when I described children as less experienced users of a city. Children are not less experienced – they experience differently.
On International Children’s Day I talked on the radio to the journalist Piotr Wróblewski about children in urban space. (in Polish)