Design and content strategy: Olga Oleszczuk, Shangning Wang, Cecilia Beatriz Silva
Visualizations: Shangning Wang

This publication calls all urban stakeholders to invest in child-responsive urban planning, recognizing that cities are not only drivers of prosperity, but also of inequity. Through 10 Children’s Rights and Urban Planning principles, the handbook presents concepts, evidence, tools and promising practices to create thriving and equitable cities where children live in healthy, safe, inclusive, green and prosperous communities. By focusing on children, it provides guidance on the central role that urban planning should play in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, from a global perspective to a local context.​​​​​​​







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Visualization for UNICEF Handbook

This publication calls all urban stakeholders to invest in child-responsive urban planning, recognizing that cities are not only drivers of prosp Read More
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