Information for 9162IIED
Building Cities with and for Children and Youth
Book/Report, 300 pages
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This includes case studies on the Brazilian city of Barra Mansa’s child-oriented budgeting process and on an awards-based initiative to strengthen the implementation of child rights in the State of Ceará (Brazil); an overview of child-friendly cities in the Philippines and an account of children’s sanitation in Mumbai. It also includes papers from various researchers in the international Growing up in Cities Initiative, an overview of urban youth in conflict with the law in Africa, and an account of what recent demographic and health surveys in Africa reveal regarding the health of children in urban areas.