Friday, 11 September 2015

Bristol Child Friendly City Symposium - 12 November 2015


Children shape our cities / Cities shape our children

 

Date: Thursday 12 November 2015

Time: 2 – 4pm

Cost: FREE (places limited - booking essential via eventbrite)

Venue: Open Space, Central Bristol

If a city is successful for children, then it will be successful for all people’.  

What would Bristol look like as a truly child friendly city? What needs to happen to make it a reality?

Join us for a creative and collaborative afternoon which brings together a diverse audience including children and young people to collectively vision how Bristol can become a more child friendly city. 

Featuring:
George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol
John Readman, Bristol City Council
Penny Hay, Bath Spa University
Dr Debbie Watson, University of Bristol
Dr Helen Manchester, University of Bristol
Dr Angie Page, University of Bristol
Room 13, Hareclive Primary School

This event is organised by the Bristol Child Friendly City Working Group (Architecture Centre, Playing Out, Room 13 Hareclive and University of Bristol) as part of the 2015 Thinking Futures Festival.

THE EVENT IS SOLD OUT - to add your name to the waiting visit:


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This event is kindly supported by the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences.

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