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“Since 2020, we have been honored to build relationships and projects with a vibrant and growing community of playworkers in Istanbul.” Read more about the Playwork Campference in Istanbul here!
On one memorable occasion, I wrote to a friend by candlelight on the 2nd day of a three-day power failure in my neighbourhood. I can’t actually think of an occasion where letter writing isn’t appropriate, so I’m going to keep on doing it!
“The exclamation point is on purpose, as are the bubble letters on that banner. That’s because Chris Olsen, workshop leader, wants to make chainsaw skills and confidence far more accessible to anyone who didn’t see a place for themselves in what can be a bro-heavy culture.”
Whether we receive an award or not, we at Pop-Up Adventure Play will keep on making sure that — no matter the difference — we are altogether in playwork.
By Morgan Leichter-Saxby When I was a kid, I loved to tap out stories on my parents’ clunky beige word processor. I’d illustrate them with colored pencils and make little books. Each one was specific and precious to me and sharing them meant something. It was a...
We have been running the Playworker Development Course for almost 10 years now. It is still humbling to hear about people's experiences while engaging with the course materials and how they apply playwork theory to real life. This is a guest written post by PDC...
“We need opportunities to practice skills of play and play support, and build up our own reserves of patience, flexibility, creativity of thought and lightness of heart.”
“Thank you… for allowing us to tell us our stories, for trusting us to connect you with one another, and for helping us to build a community in playwork in multiple languages and multiple platforms. We don’t take this for granted because we know play advocacy is hard, and building trust can be a vulnerable process.”
“We are very pleased to announce our keynote speakers for the Playwork Virtual Campference 2022.”