Tim Gill is an independent scholar, advocate and consultant on childhood. He focuses on the changing nature of children’s play and free time, and their evolving relationships with the people and places around them. His work cuts across public policy, education, child care, planning, transport, urban design and playwork. It engages with academics, practitioners, policy makers, the media and the wider public.
Events featuring this speaker
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?