publication • Saturday, August 11th 2012
Just Cities for Children: Developing an Evidence-Based Framework
Just Cities for Children presents an overview of evidence from a five-year urban action research and learning initiative. The report emphasises that dynamic urban contexts require a flexible, agile, and multi-disciplinary approach to address the unique issues of urban poverty.
These findings will inform World Vision’s Cities for Children Framework, consisting of the four inter-related sectors of health, safety, prosperity, and resilience and will continue to be strengthened during the next phase of action research and learning.