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Proceedings of the 57th ISOCARP World Planning Congress
In terms of their interactions with the social and physical environments, children are a unique community. While the majority of place-making processes fail to consider children and their needs, they are the most outspoken critics of the places in which they live. Recalling empowerment and inclusion, this study aims to examine children's perspectives (expectations, suggestions, problems, needs and perceptions, etc.) on the place-making processes, namely an urban regeneration project, bydoi:10.47472/k7vhmdd4 fatcat:fdvim6wfuvb7hfmy7kttnszfv4