I recently contributed a short piece to the Sussex European Institute newsletter (link to follow) focusing on one of five critiques that I’m developing of the current state of children’s participation. I call this the institutional critique. The critique runs something along the lines that, despite large material, symbolic and practical investments to develop institutional …Read More
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As I am settling in Athens for fieldwork, I often find myself passing through a small charming park in Navarinou street, in Exarchia. I have undertaken some exploratory visits in the district, as it appears to be a very interesting place for the Connectors Study, and I have sometimes sat there for a coffee. Additionally, …Read More
Dr Nolas explores the ‘neighbourhood’ through a child’s eye: play spaces, geographical mapping and the creation of childhood publicsRead More
Our field visit in Athens (with Sevasti-Melissa Nolas) took off with a couple of very constructive meetings.Read More
The socio-cultural effects of the financial crisis have also reanimated an active engagement in public life and political talkRead More