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Book now for Bristol conference to receive early-bird delegate rate!

26 Jul

With only five days to go to get your hands on an early-bird ticket for Towards the Child Friendly City, I want to share five reasons for joining me and hundreds of other colleagues who are passionate about children’s rights in the built environment at this exciting international conference.

  1. Be inspired by a wide range of expert speakers, presenters, and panelists on different aspects of the conference themes. Speakers so far confirmed include Dinah Bornat, Tim Gill, Wendy Russell, Sudeshna Chatterjee, Jeff Risom and Alice Ferguson. Full details can be found here
  2. Explore and discuss the latest research, policy initiatives and practice innovations from the range of sectors impacting on children in the urban environment.
  3. Make the most of the all-important networking opportunities of the conference dinner and reception, each included in the delegate ticket.
  4. Experience the wonderful city of Bristol, the home of some extraordinary child-friendly initiatives and environments
  5. Spend three wonderful days with like-minded people discovering and discussing how we can make the world’s cities the best places to live for our youngest citizens.

There are also 5 days left to respond to the call for papers for parallel workshop presentations.

Submit a paper here

Book your early bird tickets here

Hoping to see you in Bristol!

Adrian Voce
President, European Network for Child Friendly Cities

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