Inclusive Cities and the Experiences of Racialized Youth10 months ago 10 months ago
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In many cities, racialized youth can often feel socially excluded and isolated; they may not have public spaces they can go to or adults they can turn to in times of need. How do we build cities where racialized youth feel they belong?
To build inclusive communities, cities need to embed equity into decision-making. This calls for a change in how we design and deliver services, programs, and policies. Read our latest think piece to learn about strategies to include youth voices in city building.
Aery, A. (2019). Inclusive Cities and the Experiences of Racialized Youth. Toronto, ON: Wellesley Institute. Retrieved from https://www.wellesleyinstitute.com/publications/inclusive-cities-and-the-experiences-of-racialized-youth/
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