Toy Industries of Europe (TIE) is now accepting entries for its Play for Change Awards 2023. The awards recognize toys and initiatives that help children navigate big issues. Those issues include how to become an inclusive society, how to live more sustainably and how to have the right skills to achieve your potential.
The winners were announced during a ceremony in Brussels in front of a large audience from the toy industry and the EU policy community. Independent juries composed of experts in Diversity & Inclusion, Sustainability and Life Skills spent several weeks examining a large pool of high-quality, innovative toys and initiatives.
Toy Industries of Europe (TIE) is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2021 Play for Change Awards
Toy Industries of Europe (TIE) is excited to announce the finalists of the 2021 Play for Change Awards. Entries from Adventerra Games, BiOBUDDi, dantoy, The LEGO Group, Franckh-Kosmos Verlags, Mattel and Miniland have been selected as contenders for the top spots in this year’s second edition of the awards.
We were saddened to hear that Dr David Whitebread recently passed away. He was an inspirational and passionate advocate for children and the serious importance of play in their lives. We had the privilege of collaborating with David on several occasions, most recently as a member of the jury of the Play for Change Awards.…
The entry period for the 2021 #PlayForChangeAwards is now in full swing. We sat down for a virtual coffee with our Jury Chair, John Baulch, Publisher and Managing Director of Toy World Magazine, to hear more about why he decided to get involved and what the Awards mean to him as an industry veteran.
Toy industries of Europe, the voice of the reputable toy manufacturers in Europe, (TIE) today announced the winners of the 2020 Play For Change Awards (#playforchangeawards). The Awards focused on toys and practices that help kids confidently navigate the world around them in ways that show respect for themselves, for others and for our planet.