This online resource is a clearinghouse of information on how to conduct community mapping with and for children and youth growing up in urban areas to promote social action and neighborhood change. The site outlines strategies for child and youth mapping projects, provides key examples of mapping projects, and organizes a comprehensive database of resources prepared by a number of organizations concerned with using mapping to support children and youth’s participation in social and environmental change. The site is available in Spanish and English.
Title: uMAP! An educational resource on how to conduct participatory community mapping with children and youth to create social and environmental change
Author(s): Pamela Wridt
Publication year: 2009
Publisher: Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation