Promoting the Child’s Right to Play for over 40 years
The International Play Association of Canada (IPAC) is launching a new Play Champions program coinciding with World Children’s Day as celebrated by the United Nations each November 20th. The Play Champions program recognizes individuals and organizations that demonstrate exemplary leadership in the provision of play orientated initiatives and contribute to quality, self-directed play for children and youth. Details here.
Our Declaration on the Right to Play for children in Canada
Notre Déclaration sur le droit au jeu de l’enfant au Canada
Play during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read our IPA Canada Statement here.
Article 31 and the Child’s Right to Play
Our 2017 Conference revealed many play advocates across the country. Find one in your community.
National Play Day
The IPA Canada National Play Day initiative puts the spotlight on child-directed play.
The Jaipur conference has been cancelled for 2021. Congratulations to IPA Scotland, who will host in 2023.
IPA Canada advocates for the child’s right to play. This advocacy takes on many shapes.