1. Ludi: European Review of Play Policy August 2017

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* 1. In what country do you live?

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* 2. In many countries, children's play is not the responsibility of one Government Department, but of many. For your country, what NATIONAL Government Department is responsible for children's play? (Tick all that apply)

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* 3. Although all European Countries have adopted the UNCRC, the right to play has not yet been universally supported in state legislation or policy. For example, different countries are at different stages of enacting play policy (Barriers to Play and Recreation for Children and Young People with Disabilities, Ludi, 2017). Does your country have a NATIONAL play policy for children's play? (i.e. Government Document)

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* 4. Please specify which type of document it is

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* 5. In some countries, the Government collaborates with other organizations, such as NGO's to develop policy. Who is responsible for the development of the NATIONAL play policy/ guidelines for children's play in your country? (Tick all that apply)

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* 6. What are the overall principles underlying/ underpinning the NATIONAL play policy/ guidelines for children's play? (Tick all that apply)

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* 7. In some countries, there are guidelines on how to include children in decision-making about play, for example involving children as advisors in designing a new playground.  In your country, is there a NATIONAL policy or guideline for children's involvement in designing for play?

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* 8. If your country has a NATIONAL PLAY POLICY, are children with disabilities mentioned?

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* 9. Does your country have NATIONAL universal design/ anti-discrimination policy or guidelines for play provision? (e.g. for playgrounds)

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* 10. Does your country have a NATIONAL website for play? (e.g. Play England)

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