Children and urbanism
Increasing children’s involvement in urban issues can lead to more sustainable and just cities. Their experiences often touch the most problematic issues of contemporary urban contexts.
How can we create more just and sustainable cities from the children’s point of view? How can we produce knowledge on our cities in collaboration with children? How can we as scholars, urban planners or activists overcome our adultcentrism? What is the pandemic teaching us about justice and sustainability from the children’s point of view?
Main insights on/for sustainable just cities
[Describe how the project/initiative addresses (urban) (un)sustainability and/or (in)justice directly or indirectly, explicitly or implicitly, through concepts and theories and/or through empirical research. Max. 500 words.]
[Suggest top 1-5 key readings and/or websites from the project/initiative that are most relevant for sustainable just cities]
Link to other Wiki-pages
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- Feminist perspectives for sustainable just cities
- Fridays for Future
- Communities for Future
- Experimentation labs