IPA’s Access to Play in Crisis (APC) project 2015 – 2017 consists of two parts:

(1) a TRAINING PROJECT that includes a toolkit for staff, managers and policymakers on play as a right and as a practice; and,

(2) an INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECT in India, Japan, Lebanon, Nepal, Thailand and Turkey. The research was presented in Calgary, Alberta Canada at the IPA Triennial Conference in September 2017.

Click on the image above to download Access to Play for Children in Situations of Crisis/Play: rights and practice/A toolkit for staff, managers and policy makers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access to Play in Crisis Report from India from the September 2017 issue of IPA’s PlayRights Magazine.

IPA PLAYRIGHTS MAGAZINE-INDIA ARTICLE Sept 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Working scenes from IPA’s Access to Play in Crisis projects:

Sudeshna Chatterjee (India) and Maria Assi (Lebanon) at work at an APC workshop.

 

The APC team.
Theresa Casey (Scotland), Jess Milne (England/Iraq) and Hitoshi Shimamura (Japan)

Click on the image above to download the APC progress report (June 2017) for information on the APC work process, structure and participants.

 

 

 

 

 

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