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Amy Harrison

Amy Harrison is a passionate and experienced educator in the cultural sector, delivering a diverse programme with and for children, young people, schools, families and communities for the Architecture Centre. She champions all children being able to access the cultural offer of the city, and the involvement of all citizens in the development of the places and spaces which affect their lives. She is a qualified teacher, school governor and active community campaigner in East Bristol.

Events featuring this speaker

How Do We Create Child-Friendly Cities?

Allison Dutoit, Alice Ferguson, Tim Gill, Amy Harrison, Gil Penalosa, Ingrid Skeels, Sam Williams, Room 13 Hareclive

What is a child-friendly city? How does this link to other city visions for healthy, green, resilient, connected and fair places? And what policy changes need to be achieved to make cities truly child-friendly?

FREE View event
20 October 2017 2:30pm - 5:00pm Watershed