Children’s Right to Play

Wednesday October 9, 2019

We were privileged to play a part in the development of this position paper recently published by the Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) at the British Psychological Society titled, 'Children's right to play'.

The position paper both champions children’s right to play and challenges those working in educational psychology, schools and those responsible for play services and children’s access to the public realm.

This is a very important resource for those wishing to advocate for improvements in respect of children’s right to play. It’s written in a clear accessible way and importantly it’s short, so those that you want to read it, might just do so.

Find the full document here

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