Including Children in the Urban Agenda

This publication, Addressing Urban Inequities and Childhood: Advancing the Agenda for Children and Cities, is based upon conversations and discussions held at Equity for Children’s April 2016 Urban Inequities and Children Conference at The New School in New York City, where nearly 100 international researchers, government representatives, foundations, advocates and practitioners deliberated about underlying local challenges facing urban children from the ages of birth to five, and highlighted possible solutions.

Equity for Children makes several recommendations to address urban inequities and to activate children’s voices in the urban agenda. To learn more about them please read the full report here: Conference-Report-09.26.16

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