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243.SWE Barns plats i staden

Season 4, Ep. 243

Detta är ett seminarium som Mustafa Sherif modererade.


I detta AFRYs Future Cities studio seminarium om urban design fokuserar vi på hur barnkonvention tolkas och tillämpas konkret i planering och gestaltning av våra städer. Hur involverar vi barn och unga i stadsutvecklingsprocesser och hur sker återkopplingen? Hur utformas våra städer när de byggs med hänsyn till barnens mänskliga rättigheter?


Tema

Sedan den 1 januari 2020 är FN: s barnkonvention lag i Sverige, vilket innebär att barns mänskliga rättigheter måste garanteras - inte minst när man utvecklar staden. I detta Future Cities studio seminarium fokuserar vi på hur barnkonvention tolkas och tillämpas konkret i planering och gestaltning av våra städer. Hur involverar vi barn och unga i stadsutvecklingsprocesser och hur sker återkopplingen? Hur utformas våra städer när de byggs med hänsyn till barnens mänskliga rättigheter?


Under det här frukostseminariet kommer vi att börja med en inspirationspresentation om trendspaning utifrån ett konkret exempel kring barnens plats i staden. Därefter bjuder vi in experter med bakgrund inom mänskliga rättigheter, barn och fritidsverksamheter, stadsplanering och gestaltning till ett panelsamtal kring ämnet. Vi ser gärna att du som deltagare bidrar med dina åsikter och din kunskap till diskussionen via Menti. 


Program

-Presentation

Maria Aspelin, Konsult, Specialist Barnkonsekvensanalys och Social konsekvensanalys, AFRY

-Panelsamtal

  • Kent Roslin Lindgren, Verksamhetsansvarig på Fryshuset för upphandling i Stadsdelen Skärholmen, Stockholm
  • Lisa Klingwall, Landskapsarkitekt LAR/MSA, Strategisk samhällsplanerare med fokus på barnrättsperspektivet, Uppsala kommun
  • Maria Aspelin, Konsult, Specialist Barnkonsekvensanalys och Social konsekvensanalys, AFRY
  • Pernilla Baralt, General Sekreterare, UNICEF


Länk

Alla Future Cities seminarier (video format) finns här

https://afry.com/sv/webbinarier/future-cities-studio


Läs mer om AFR Future Cities

https://afry.com/sv/insights/future-cities

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