Events

COP28: ‘Child- and Youth-led Actions for Sustainable Cities’

Date: 6 December 2023 Time: 12:00 – 13:00 Dubai time (GMT +4) Format: In person and live-streamed Location: Monash Pavilion Blue Zone, Thematic Arena 1 TA1-100Ā  Livestream: https://www.monash.edu/cop28-events Form: Introductory address, exhibition, closing and stay connectedĀ    Participating Organisations: Monash University Australia, the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN), UNICEF Australia, Save the Children, Global Alliance Read more ā†’

DIALOGUES 4 ACTION: Children, Cities and Climate

Date and Time: 20th April 2023, 11am CET
This webinar aims to raise more awareness on the many ways in which climate change and children intersect. We will also hear about inspiring examples of programs from Bangladesh and Kenya that have supported local urban communities, children, youth and their families to mitigate and/or adapt to climate change effects. Ā 

DIALOGUES 4 ACTION: Clean Cities4Children – The Waste Challenge

Date and Time: 3rd November 2022, 11:00 AM CET
This webinar aims to highlight stories of young activists who through their efforts, scalable models and engagement with the right stakeholders have made a difference in the management of solid waste in their respective cities.ā€Æā€Æ

DIALOGUES 4 ACTION: Improving Urban Air Quality for Children

Date and Time: 8th September 2022, 11:00 AM CET
This webinar aims to bring attention to sources of air pollution for urban children, its impact on them and look at some tangible solutions which have been developed within cities/communities.

Cities4Children at the World Urban Forum 11

On June 27th at the World Urban Forum in Poland we hosted a networking event in which we announced the next phase of Cities4Children and organised a workshop to gather inputs about how this would work best.

Cities 4 Children at COP26: Our climate, our future ā€“ an intergenerational dialogue

The climate emergencyĀ is a key driver of extreme poverty, inequality and child vulnerability. ItĀ impedes theĀ realisation of childrenā€™sĀ fundamentalĀ rights as enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.