Small Children, Big Cities: Impact through design intervention

This is a report on the national conference ‘Small Children, Big Cities: Building Smart Child-Friendly Cities for 21st-century India’, held on 28 and 29 November 2014 in New Delhi, India. During this conference – organised by the Bernard van Leer Foundation with support from the National Institute of Urban Affairs and the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India – the participants discussed issues concerning urban infrastructure and services, such as housing, water and sanitation, and early childhood services, as well as issues regarding the quality of recreational spaces for children, and the transportation and mobility needs of children in cities. In this report you find the highlights of the discussions, as well as the outcomes of the conference articulated as key recommendations and suggested guidelines.

Small Children, Big Cities: Impact through design intervention

Publication date: 04/2015

Author: Bernard van Leer Foundation & National Institute of Urban Affairs