Towards a child-friendly city

Thursday 12 November, 2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Event detailsTowards a child-friendly city
Organiser name Dr Debbie Watson
School School for Policy Studies
Date 12 November 2015
Time 2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Venue

OpenSpace, West One, St. George's Road, Bristol BS1 5BE

Speakers

Dr Debbie Watson, University of Bristol
George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol
John Readman, Bristol City Council
Penny Hay, Bath Spa University

Type of event Talks and discussion
Booking link Book via Eventbrite
Abstract

What would Bristol look like as a truly child friendly city? What needs to happen to make it a reality? ‘If a city is successful for children, then it will be successful for all people’. Join us for a creative and collaborative afternoon which brings together a diverse audience including children and young people from neighbourhoods across the city. The event includes talks from inspiring speakers and researchers, culminating in the collective visioning of how Bristol can become a more child-friendly city. Booking is required.

 

Thinking Futures is part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, taking place from 7-14 November. There are over 200 events across the UK to choose from.

ESRC Festival of Social Science

Accessibility
  • Level entry point.
  • No stairs in the building, all on one floor.
  • Accessible toilet available
  • No induction loop
  • The nearest available car parking is located on Trenchard Street, Berkeley Place, College Street, Millennium Square and Frog Lane.
  • If you have any further access requirements, please contact thinking-futures@bristol.ac.uk
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