The latest news about the Bernard van Leer Foundation, our partners and the issues we work on.
The Indian Express reports on how Bhubaneswar is taking forward its child-friendly agenda through 3D artworks and storytelling events timed to coincide with the Men’s Hockey World Cup, being held… Read more
Are you or your organisation implementing an interesting approach to family and/or community-based parenting interventions in the Asia-Pacific region? ARNEC (the Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood) would like to… Read more
Bruno Covas, the Mayor of São Paulo, last week launched the Territorios Educadores (“educational territory”) project to improve walking routes near educational and cultural early childhood services, making them safer and introducing… Read more
Istanbul-based architecture practice Superpool brought leaders from the municipalities of Beyoğlu, Maltepe, Sarıyer and Sultanbeyli and academics from Kadir Has University to Copenhagen and three cities in The Netherlands in… Read more
Senior government officials from India’s Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, representatives from development authorities from Delhi and Bhubaneshwar and team members working on the Master Plan of Delhi 2041… Read more
The Cities for Young Children Study Tour, led by Gehl Architects and Gehl Institute for The Bernard van Leer Foundation, gathered teams from five cities – Pune, India; Renca, Chile;… Read more
For the first time, the municipality of Tel Aviv is offering a basket of services to support pregnant mothers and parents of children under 3 as a municipal-wide initiative supported… Read more