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Engaging Children and Young People in Planning

A Handbook for Transformative Practice

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"This highly informative and accessible book can be used either as a reference source for anything you need to know about engaging young people in planning or even more productively as the guidance for planning, doing and reviewing meaningful participation for the next generation of citizens. It opens up routes to greater agency for both planning professionals and young people at a time when we need urgent action on a host of social and environmental issues and much of that action must be at the grass roots."

David Leat, Professor of Curriculum Innovation, Newcastle University, UK

'In a very engaging and interactive style, Teresa Strachan champions the importance of and inspiration for youth engagement in Planning across several activity areas and across a wide range of perspectives. Through a series of case-studies that stem from personal experiences, reflexive practice and wider learning, this unique and comprehensive sourcebook illustrates ways in which young people can contribute to reimagining and reshaping place-making for sustainability.'

Paola Gazzola, Reader in Environmental and Sustainability Assessment, Newcastle University, UK

'This book is one of a kind. It brings together over 20 years of experience with a freshness and enthusiasm for youth engagement in planning, which is sorely needed. The work unpacks the importance, nature and challenges of the world of participatory urban planning with young people in mind, and offers a range of case studies and activities that will be of value to students and practitioners alike.'

Lucy Natarajan, Associate Professor, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, UK

'Clearly written and empathetically engaging the reader, this book draws on Teresa Strachan's experience and research to show in detail how planners can engage with young people. Deeply committed to both the field of planning and to the importance of listening to young people's voices, it should be essential reading for students and professionals keen to develop and hone their skills in any form of community engagement, and for all those seeking to expand young people's understanding of their everyday worlds'

Patsy Healey, Professor Emeritus, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, UK

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
226
ISBN
9781032221670
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

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"This highly informative and accessible book can be used either as a reference source for anything you need to know about engaging young people in planning or even more productively as the guidance for planning, doing and reviewing meaningful participation for the next generation of citizens. It opens up routes to greater agency for both planning professionals and young people at a time when we need urgent action on a host of social and environmental issues and much of that action must be at the grass roots."

David Leat, Professor of Curriculum Innovation, Newcastle University, UK

'In a very engaging and interactive style, Teresa Strachan champions the importance of and inspiration for youth engagement in Planning across several activity areas and across a wide range of perspectives. Through a series of case-studies that stem from personal experiences, reflexive practice and wider learning, this unique and comprehensive sourcebook illustrates ways in which young people can contribute to reimagining and reshaping place-making for sustainability.'

Paola Gazzola, Reader in Environmental and Sustainability Assessment, Newcastle University, UK

'This book is one of a kind. It brings together over 20 years of experience with a freshness and enthusiasm for youth engagement in planning, which is sorely needed. The work unpacks the importance, nature and challenges of the world of participatory urban planning with young people in mind, and offers a range of case studies and activities that will be of value to students and practitioners alike.'

Lucy Natarajan, Associate Professor, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, UK

'Clearly written and empathetically engaging the reader, this book draws on Teresa Strachan's experience and research to show in detail how planners can engage with young people. Deeply committed to both the field of planning and to the importance of listening to young people's voices, it should be essential reading for students and professionals keen to develop and hone their skills in any form of community engagement, and for all those seeking to expand young people's understanding of their everyday worlds'

Patsy Healey, Professor Emeritus, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, UK

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