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Japan's Old Enough and Australia's Bluey remind us our kids are no longer ‘free range’ – but we can remake our neighbourhoods

By Rebecca Clements, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Sydney
Elizabeth Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning & Design, Monash University
Hulya Gilbert, Lecturer in Planning and Human Geography, La Trobe University
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Seeing Japanese parents send toddlers out on their own to do errands has shocked viewers. But not that long ago our neighbourhoods were also child-friendly, and we can make them so again.The Conversation

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