Children Youth and Environments Center

Children Youth And Environments Center

Since its founding in 2004, the Children, Youth and Environments Center for Research and Design (CYE) has moved to the forefront of efforts in the design professions and allied disciplines to promote the health, safety and welfare of children and youth. Working in collaboration with community partners, CYE supports meaningful participation by young people in the creation of thriving communities for all people.

The Center undertakes interdisciplinary activities in research, teaching and community outreach that connect research, policy and practice to improve young people’s environments. It focuses in particular on children and youth in environments of disadvantage and those with special needs.

The Center also serves as the Secretariat for the Children Youth and Environments Journal, an independent publication that is the premier source for authoritative research articles, in-depth reviews, cutting-edge field reports, critical book reviews and the latest news on children, youth and their environments. The Journal offers one-stop access to a growing audience in more than 150 countries. It links research with practice and supports the free sharing of knowledge across disciplinary and national boundaries.

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