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  • Free public lecture by Gunilla Dahlberg, professor at the Stockholm Institute of Education and author of "Ethics and Politics in Early Childhood Education".
    Vancouver
    Canada
  • The annual conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children is largest meeting of early childhood educators and professionals in the US.
    Washington, D.C
    Canada
  • This is an opportunity for scholars, analysts, policy makers and activists to share ideas about building equitable communities.
    Fredericton, New Brunswick
    Canada
  • An international conference exploring the function and importance of architecture and design for young children.<return>
    Edinburgh
    Canada
  • This one day conference will examine creative practice inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to informing early years experience.
    Edinburgh
    Canada
  • Hosted by the Ottawa Valley Branch of the AECEO, conference will feature discussion about the direction early childhood education in Ontario and what it means for the future.
    Ottawa
    Canada
  • This conference is FRP Canada's 30th anniversary celebration of family support in Canada. Conference activities include keynotes, panels, workshops, hands-on training, and social events. The conference is designed to promote optimal health and social outcomes for children and families. The conference's theme, &quot;synergy&quot;, focuses on integration and collaboration.
    Ottawa
    Canada
  • Quality child care is the theme of this conference, organized by Regroupment des centres de la petite enfance de la Montérégie. Workshops will be held on topics such as partnership and research, and the role they play in delivering high quality care.
    Saint-Hyacinthe, QC
    Canada
  • Early Childhood Educators of B.C. will be hosting this three-day conference in partnership with the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of B.C., the B.C. Association of Child Care Services and the Westcoast Childcare Resource Centre.
    Richmond, BC
    Canada
  • Bringing the issues of children and youth with intellectual disabilities into public debates about education is the goal of the Canadian Association for Community Living's two-day national conference. Inviting a wide range of stakeholders from parents to teachers to policy makers, the conference will include topics like integrating students into schools while supporting their needs, how to sustain the costs of these programs over time and how schools can include children's and parents' voices in the delivery of high quality education.
    Ottawa
    Canada
  • This day marks the adoption by the United Nations of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In 1993, the Government of Canada enacted Bill C-371, otherwise known as the Child Day Act, and designated November 20th of each year as a national day of the child in order to promote awareness in Canada of the Convention.
    Canada
    Canada
  • A conference of interest to those involved in economic development, policymaking and community leadership.
    Fredericton
    Canada
  • This national conference on early childhood learning and child care provides an opportunity to address the issue of quality in all aspects of a child's environment.
    Regina
    Canada
  • The Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario (Week of the Child- Toronto Branch) presents a professional development day to celebrate the week of the child and early childhood educators.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • Researchers of the University of Oslo (UiO), the Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) and the Childwatch International Research Network (CWI) welcome you to a global conference addressing modern childhood and youth.
    Oslo, Norway
    Canada
  • This year's conference provides an exhilarating opportunity to network with colleagues in the child care community while participating in numerous informative workshops, seminars and discussion panels.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • At the beginning of the 21st century, countries are examining the effectiveness of their social architecture for responding to new social risks related to changes in family structure, the aging population and the changing labour market. This conference will examine the new social risks facing Canadians, highlighting the particular social development challenges that arise in a country defined by diversity.
    Montréal
    Canada
  • The ACEI's 2005 conference will focus on the theme: The future of education -- Government, pedagogy, and practice. The conference will include symposia on funding and resources and re-conceptualizing pedagogy.
    Washington, D.C.
    Canada
  • The Access Community Multicultural Health Centre, the Income Security Advocacy Centre, the Laidlaw Foundation and St. Christopher House are sponsoring a public forum to discuss what changes to the Canada Social Transfer mean for social services, intergovernmental relations, community organizations and public accountability.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • The National Association for the Education of Young Children invites members and non-members to join fellow early childhood and pre-K-through-3 to network and discuss research and teaching strategies.
    Anaheim, California
    Canada
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