If children are the future, we seem to be very short-sighted when it comes to urban design. Very little, if any at all, of the current discourse on the type of cities we should be building in a democratic South Africa truly considers whether these cities will be child friendly. So how do we include children into the fabric of the city?
What do children see in their future cities? Grade 5 pupils at a Primary School in Pretoria share their ideas.
One evening in February a few members of our Future Cape Town team visited the playground in Hangberg, Hout Bay. Driving up into Hangberg it is clear that the community is poor. The houses are small and makeshift structures nestle between more formalised houses. There are shops that operate out of crates. Much like the […]
sastshq: We are very proud of our volunteers – look at the amazing work they have done in one of our
We are very proud of our volunteers – look at the amazing work they have done in one of our primary school projects. They turned a very dull and lifeless playground into a magical world of fun and games. They even built a jungle gym!! Apply for our Education Programme and you too could make […]