Education, Skills and Learning

What the global 'play gap' means for our children's futures

Playtime may be the 'rocket fuel' of child development, but it's fast becoming the privilege of the few. Image: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Jesper Brodin

Chief Executive Officer, Ingka Group (IKEA)

John Goodwin

Chairman of the Board, LEGO® House, The LEGO Group A/S

Gary Knell

Chairman, National Geographic Partners

Kees Kruythoff

Homecare President, Unilever

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