European network ends partnership with Child in the City 

1 Mar

The European Network for Child Friendly Cities (ENCFC) has ended its partnership with the Child in the City Foundation, which is now fully owned by its commercial partner, the Promedia Group.

ENCFC has provided the scientific and programme committees behind the successful Child in the City conferences and seminars, hosted over two decades by, among others, London, Zagreb and Florence.

Adrian Voce, the network’s president, said today:

“We have enjoyed a long and successful relationship with the Child in the City foundation and are proud of the many excellent conferences and seminars we have curated.

“Our board has decided that independence is the best way to safeguard the integrity of our contribution to the child-friendly city agenda. We will therefore now establish our own not-for-profit platform, to be launched soon”.


The European Network for Child Friendly Cities is a not-for-profit association registered in Belgium.

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3 Responses to “European network ends partnership with Child in the City ”

  1. mickplay 1 March 2018 at 7:17 pm #

    Diplomatic language but I assume an issue with Promedia? Looked at their website and thought…mmmmmm

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  2. karineland 2 March 2018 at 9:06 pm #

    Hi Adrian, I’d love to stay in touch and hear about the organisation. Very best, Karine

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  3. donne buck 9 April 2018 at 8:37 pm #

    Smart move.

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