Responding to childrens forgotten right 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. Responding to childrens forgotten right playday will be 30 years old this august and the four national play organisations in the uk that coordinate the event have launched a survey to mark the anniversary the survey canvasses opinions on how play has changed in the uk over the last thirty years. The fact that this book has ignited this type of reflective process in my own mind indicates to me that it is an important resource for all professionals and academics who are interested in policy for play particularly from a childrens rights perspective. The book throws down a challenge to both play advocates and governments to make effective policy that respects protects and fulfils childrens right to play as a priority it is an essential tool for practitioners and campaigners around the worldplay is fundamental to childrens health wellbeing and development. Play is fundamental to childrens health wellbeing and development yet in the modern world their space and opportunity to play is under threatthis is the first book to look in detail at childrens play within public policy
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