Past Projects

Below you will find links to information on projects we have undertaken

  • A review of Article 31 in Scotland (2014)

    “States Parties recognise the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and the arts. States Parties shall respect and promote the right of the child to participate fully in cultural and artistic life […]
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  • Right to play report (2011)

    In 2010 IPA Scotland received funding from Awards for All to consult children and young people across Scotland about their right to play, this research was undertaken by the Children’s Parliament on behalf of IPA Scotland. We listened to children’s voices on the meaning and importance of play and wished to share these voices. This […]
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  • Thai Exchange Project (2009)

    IPA Scotland in partnership with a Thai organisation supported the visit of 5 Thai playworkers to Scotland by facilitating visits to a variety of play providers in Scotland including women’s aid projects and play therapy courses.   IPA Scotland also supported and facilitated a return visit to Thailand of 4 Scottish playworkers who visited play […]
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  • Togo play project 2009

    Background In 2007 a BBC world service reporter who had been making a documentary in Togo recommended Africa Play and its director, Ouro Tchachedre, to the International Play Association. Following this, a relationship was established via email and phone with an exchange of information and some internet based research. IPA Scotland and colleagues sponsored Africa […]
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