Toolkit for measuring urban experiences of young children
By Bernard van Leer Foundation and Gehl
People moving count, stationary activity mapping, intercept surveys and sensory mapping are among the tools that can be used to gather data on young children and caregivers in cities. They are explained in practical detail in this publication, a collaboration between the Bernard van Leer Foundation and Gehl. The tools are adapted from Gehl’s Public Space Public Life survey for the Foundation’s Urban95 programme.
Date: October 31, 2018
Author: Gehl & Bernard van Leer Foundation