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Istanbul95 Talks: Einar Jon Skulason Hansen

Tue, Apr 30, 2019    4pm

Nordic Playground Institute was established with the vision of giving the playground trade a possibility for certification of products and personnel and to get motor development of children again to be an important factor for playground developers and responsible playground personnel.

Nordic Playground Institute is Europe’s leading institute for playgrounds, playground safety, risk assessment, consultancy, and certification. We provide high quality independent service, and have the possibility of helping manufacturers to keep and develop their brands, values and business.

With Nordic Playground Institute’s extensive network and competent staff cooperation is characterized by a high level of competence, impartiality, professionalism and specific knowledge and experience within this area.


The ‘Istanbul95 Talks” event series previously hosted Hanna Wright, Samuel Williams, Elger Blitz and Darrell Hammond within the Istanbul95 program, which supports the development of socially and economically disadvantaged children ages 0-3.