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Planning for children's play: exploring the 'forgotten' right in Welsh and Scottish policy

机译:规划儿童游戏:探索威尔士和苏格兰政策中的“被遗忘”权利

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A range of practical examples and research indicates that planners are not always equipped to critically consider children's play. Whether this be due to policy, lack of knowledge or unwillingness, evidence suggests a lack of attention to children's spatial needs is contributing to their marginalisation in public space. However, the right to play, rest, leisure and access to cultural life is enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This article examines what children's play as a right means for planning systems, with particular reference to Scotland and Wales. Each nation takes a different approach, and the article concludes by suggesting ways in which policy could be strengthened to inform practice. This could help address children's declining spatial freedom.
机译:大量的实际例子和研究表明,计划人员并非总是有能力批判性地考虑儿童的游戏活动。不论这是由于政策,知识不足还是不愿接受,都有证据表明,对儿童空间需求的关注不足导致了他们在公共空间的边缘化。但是,《联合国儿童权利公约》规定了娱乐,休息,休闲和获得文化生活的权利。本文研究了将儿童游戏作为规划系统的正确手段的方法,特别是针对苏格兰和威尔士。每个国家采用不同的方法,文章最后提出了可以通过哪些方法可以加强政策来为实践提供信息。这可能有助于解决儿童空间自由度下降的问题。

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