To play is to learn. Time to step back and let kids be kids

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Play is crucial to building skills – and yet children have less and less time for it in the modern world Image: Frank McKenna/Unplash

John Goodwin
Chairman of the Board, LEGO® House, The LEGO Group A/S
Paul Polman
Co-Founder and Co-Chair, IMAGINE
Jesper Brodin
Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (IKEA)
Gary Knell
Chairman, National Geographic Partners
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