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From play streets to parklets – new ways to reclaim space for children and communities

No First Name Set posted this in Activism, Community, Street Space on 13/09/2021

Would you and your children like to see one of these on your street? We know we would!…

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Why playing out is a social justice issue for children

No First Name Set posted this in Activism, Children's play, health and wellbeing on 20/05/2021

The freedom for children to play out where they live is the freedom to be active, healthy, socialised,…

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Campaigning for play in a pandemic: an update

Alice posted this in Activism, Children's play, health and wellbeing on 08/04/2021

Since the first lockdown in Spring 2020, we have been calling on the UK Government to ensure that…

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Children staring at closed playground equipment
Playground closures just tip of the iceberg for children

No First Name Set posted this in Activism, Children's play, health and wellbeing on 21/01/2021

While some English councils are closing playgrounds against Government advice, we, along with a coalition of experts and…

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Playing football in the street
Dear PM, outdoor play is essential for children’s health and wellbeing

No First Name Set posted this in Activism, Children's play, health and wellbeing on 05/01/2021

It is essential that children can get outside and be active, for their health and wellbeing. Last spring/summer,…

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girl chalking
Children’s right to play is a matter of spatial justice

No First Name Set posted this in Activism, Community, Street Space on 14/10/2020

On 8 October we held a webinar with writer and activist George Monbiot to discuss children’s freedom to…

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