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Built environment

The quality of the built environment can affect children and young people’s wellbeing through long-term socio-economic and health impacts.


Reports

Reports

The State of Western Australia's Children and Young People – Edition Two

Building spaces and places for children and young people

Issues Papers

Issues Papers

Built Environment

Policy Briefs

Policy Briefs

Children and young people speak out about fun and activity

Developed from the Commissioner's 2011 Wellbeing research project

Submissions

Submissions

Submission to the City of Perth, April 2010

Comment on the Urban Design Framework

Events

Events

Thinker in Residence 2014

International expert in child resilience Dr Michael Ungar visited Perth in 2014, offering new perspectives on a community-wide approach to building resilience in children and young people, particularly those who are vulnerable or who have complex needs.

iBUILD 2010

iBUILD enabled a group of children and young people to have a say about how the spaces and places in their communities can be improved for children and young people.

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