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Shakira at World Economic Forum

“What motherhood taught me about a child’s developing brain” This article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017 Advances in neuroscience teach us that parents and caregivers, healthcare and early learning professionals, governments and societies can shape the brain structure of every child for the better by enriching and protecting their environment, … Ver más

UNICEF #EarlyMomentsMatter campaign promotes investments in early childhood development

January 10th, 2017. UNICEF today launched #EarlyMomentsMatter, a new campaign supported by the LEGO Foundation to drive increased awareness about the importance of the first 1,000 days of a child’s life and the impact of early experiences on the developing brain. The campaign kicks off with #EatPlayLove – a digital and print initiative aimed at … Ver más

Webinar ‘Advances in early childhood development’

Early Childhood Matters is pleased to invite you to join the webinar ‘Advances in early childhood development’. Further to the newly-published edition of Early Childhood Matters, this webinar, moderated by Joan Lombardi, will feature brief presentations and Q&A opportunities with authors of articles in this edition: The Early Childhood Workforce – a powerful force for scaling-up … Ver más

VI International Symposium on Early Childhood Development

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“We must read aloud to children until they ask for it” expert in early childhood reading

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1st Early Childhood Education Action Congress

OECD’s INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! This event will bring together 450 leaders from many countries to discuss how to build the political and public support to ensure that all the world’s children get a good start in life. Its purpose is not to describe what programs should be – but HOW to build … Ver más

Campaign for Children’s Health

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Early Childhood and Adolescence, priorities in the Development Plan of Cundinamarca

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Early antibiotic use ‘may predispose children to weight gain and asthma’

THE GUARDIAN. Finlandia. 26 de enero de 2016.The use of antibiotics in young children may alter the natural populations of gut microbes in a way that leaves them predisposed to weight gain and asthma in later childhood, according to new research. Para mayor información ingrese acá

Concern about abandoned children

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Only 15% of fathers sing, tell stories and read with their children Sorry, this entry is only available in Español.


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Early childhood education project was launched Sorry, this entry is only available in Español.



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