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by ARNEC

Dr. Joan Lombardi, Guest Editor of the journal will give an overview of the ECM 2019 followed by presentations from Julien Vincelot, Urban 95
Coordinator for the Bernard van Leer Foundation and Kristina
Vlahovicova
, Research Officer Promundo. The session is moderated by Ms. Melissa Kelly, chair of ARNEC's Executive Committee.

Additional resources shared during the session: 

 https://bernardvanleer.org/publications-reports/infant-toddler-caregiver-friendly-neighbourhood-itcn-framework-and-guidelines/ 

https://promundoglobal.org/resources/

 

by Sukhdeep Gill, Ph.D., Mark Greenberg, Ph.D., Jazmin Nixon

presented at the 2015 Asia-Pacific Regional ECD Conference Beijing, China

by M SREENIVASA RAO

presented at the 2015 Asia-Pacific Regional ECD Conference Beijing, China

ECD Calendar
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03 - 05 December 2014

2014 Asia-Pacific Regional ECD Conference, Manila, Philippines 

Main theme:

“Early Childhood Development on the Global Agenda – Building partnerships for sustainability and harmony”

Strand 1: Partnerships and Alliance Building for ECD 

Strand 2: Contributing to Sustainable Development through ECD 

Strand 3: Building Social Cohesion through ECD 

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21 - 24 October 2015

China’s Fourth International Early Childhood Development (ECD) and Poverty Reduction Summit and 2015 Asia-Pacific Regional ECD Conference, Beijing, China

Main theme: ‘The transformative power of ECD for equitable Development’,

Subtheme 1: The child

Subtheme 2: Immediate environment the child lives in 

Subtheme 3: Society 

To access all presentation see the ARNEC ECD library  

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01 - 03 March 2017

'The transformative power of ECD: the importance of holistic interventions' 

Sub-themes:

1. Policies and programmes which address the holistic nature of ECD in a broader spectrum that integrates but is not limited to health and nutrition, responsive caregiving, early learning, and protection.

2. Approaches which focus on equitable access to, and participation in, these holistic programmes and which therefore address discrimination based on gender, economic status, vulnerability, language/ethnicity, disability, and geography.

3. Quality monitoring of outcomes/measurements/indicators (how countries monitor the ECD-related targets in the SDGs) with special reference to inequity.

To access the Conference programme and all presentations CLICK HERE 

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