If you could experience the city from 95 cm – the average height of a 3-year-old – what would you change? Here are the cities in which our Urban95 initiative is currently working to answer that question.
Our partnership with the municipal leadership began in late 2017 and encompasses parent coaching, improving early childhood services, and public space interventions focused on zones around places where early childhood… Read more
Bogotá Urban95 aims to create public spaces that promote active and healthy living, and street furniture designed with children aged under 5 years, their parents, and pregnant and breastfeeding women… Read more
The Urban95 partnership in Istanbul aims to strengthen the capacities of four district municipalities – Sarıyer, Maltepe, Sultanbeyli and Beyoğlu – in collaboration with two of Turkey’s best-known universities, Boğaziçi and… Read more
Our city-wide, inter-agency partnership with Recife has a particular focus on exploring how Urban95 tools – such as intersectoral data management, and the “children’s priority zone” concept of mobility and… Read more
Young children have become a cross-cutting strategic priority for the city of Tel Aviv-Yafo, following a partnership agreement between the municipal government, the Bernard van Leer Foundation, Bloomberg Philanthropies and… Read more
There is strong political commitment in Tirana to systematising the Urban95 policy agenda across city departments. Mayor Erjon Veliaj’s administration has promoted a child- and family-centric agenda since coming into… Read more