Child-Friendly Cities lecture at KTH

❄️Greetings from KTH Royal Institute of Technology Arkitekturskolan 

I am always happy to go back to my lovely home university to share more practical experiences with students.

Last week I lectured on #childfriendlycities :
– WHY should we plan and design child-friendly cities?
– HOW can we co-plan and co-design together with children?
– WHAT urban planning and design elements make child-friendly cities?
– AFRY Future Cities, Predicting the Unpredictable book (a Nordic approach to shaping future cities). It is written by Helena Paulsson, VP and Head of BA Architecture and Design at AFRY, and Jonas Gustavsson, CEO of AFRY.

Thank you so much Stefan Petersson for the invitation and for the very inspiring day of interesting lectures by 
Linnéa Hanell (Boverket): lectured on Guidelines for implementing child convention.
Helen Woolley (The University of Sheffield): lectured on Children’s experiences of the city center.

Keep up the good work
keep loving cities

Published by Mustafa Sherif

Child Friendly Urban Planner at AFRY | TEDxStockholm | Public Speaker | Urbanistica Podcast Host | H22 City EXPO Ambassador | Placemaking Europe Leader

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