Tim Gill is an independent scholar, advocate and consultant on childhood. His website and blog focuses on the changing nature of children’s play and free time, and their evolving relationships with the people and places around them. Tim argues for a balanced, thoughtful approach to risk in childhood: a position set out in his 2007 book No Fear: Growing up in a risk averse society Tim is a longstanding advocate for child-friendly urban planning and design and supporter of the Playing Out movement.
Target Audience: educators, leaders, parents, school leaders
Subject Area: Risk, urban planning