#59 Strategies for Healthy, Child-Friendly Communities

Number of papers - 9, including:

Activities and events that create child-friendly communities
Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Mayor, City of Charleston, SC

Municipal strategies for Healthy, Child-Friendly Cities
Charles Royer, Former Mayor of Seattle. Former Director, Urban Health Initiative. Founder and President, Institute for Community Change, Seattle, WA

National Strategies to combat childhood obesity
Clifford M. Johnson, Executive Director, Institute for Youth, Education, and Families National League of Cities, Washington DC

Developing Guidelines and Certification for Child-Friendly Communities
Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard, Conference Organizer, Portland, OR

Integrating Primary and Secondary Education with Community Life
Roy Strickland, Director, Master of Urban Design Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Strategic Grantmaking for Child-Friendly Communities
Jeanne Scanlon, Consultant, Strategic Grants and Partnerships for Sustainable Communities, Perkasie, PA

The Role of Planners in Creating Family Friendly Cities
Mildred Warner, Professor, Dept of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Creative Class or Procreative Class
Laura Reese, Professor, Michigan State University, Plymouth, MI

Cities for People and Engaged Citizens
Larry Keller, Public Administration Program, Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

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