The following papers and workshops were presented on Monday 4 July (listed in alphabetical order by family name).
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Tracey Bancroft, Steve Plimmer (Wales): Play on the Move - Active Play on Wheels. Dynamic, innovative environment encouraging play
Theresa Casey (Scotland): IPA President - Opening Address
Jan van Gils (Belgium): The evolution of children's play in public space during the last 25 years in Flanders
Ali Jonzon (Canada): Daughters of mothers with multiple sclerosis: their experience of play
Isami Kinoshita (Japan): Towards a neighbourhood paradise rather than stranger danger
Theresa Lu (Singapore): Bridging the Gap: Enhancing outdoor play environments for young children in Singapore
Soren Dahl Mortensen (Denmark): The Harry Potter Festival - organised play in urban space
Maria de Lourdes Sandoval Martinon (Mexico): Spaces for children's play in Mexico City (scheduled for Monday - due to unforeseen circumstances took place on Thursday 7 July)
Keith Towler (Wales): UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - Wales
Dirk E. J. Vermeulen (Netherlands): Children's use of play space: boys and girls
Jan White, Helen Woolley (England): Landscapes for early childhood: investigating the characteristics of good outdoor environmnts for young children and references
Rob Wheway (England): Most Play Strategies are Wrong - lessons from Cardiff
Kathy Wong (Hong Kong): International Playbus Work - Hong Kong Case
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