"Where Do the Children Play?": The Rhythm of Inclusive Play Around the World

How do we answer the music question posed here, "Where do the children play?" if weSue Austin - Freewheeling - Portal 2008.jpg consider inclusion to be the foundation for community and the prerequisite of a healthy economy?


Look for some design answers in the April 2011 issue of Design for All India as it explore Article 30 of the CRPD.

And watch for Sue Austen's Freewheeling artistic expression to stretch the paradigm.

Read experts from around the world in the April 2011 special issue of Design for All India on inclusive play:



 
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