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  • Nov 14, 2010
    This conference will explore the roles that outdoor spaces, risk, perceptions of risk and liability, access to safe, inspiring outdoor play, learning and living have on the health of our children and communities.
  • Sep 6, 2010
    The theme of this year's European Early Childhood Education Research Association conference is "Knowledge and voice in early childhood: Who knows, who speaks, who listens?"
    United Kingdom
  • May 21, 2010
    University of British Columbia hosts a national conference on post-secondary campus and community child care.
  • Jan 29, 2010
    Presented by OISE, CRRU, George Brown College and Ryerson University this symposium will discuss the recommendations for staffing Ontario's new early learning programs and child and family centres.
  • Online public consultation on government spending - ending September 21 2018
  • L'équipe de recherche Qualité des contextes éducatifs de la petite enfance a le plaisir d'annoncer une grande conférence publique gratuite le 20 septembre à 19h30 à l'UQAM.
  • The Minister of Families has issued a call for project propoasals to find new and innovative ways to improve early learning and child care service delivery across Canada. $10 million in federal project funding is available in this competition. The deadline is July 27th, 2018.
  • Leading up to the 2018 provincial election, the Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care has released a campaign toolkit with information and shareables designed to inform voters about the need for a government that will make universal, affordable, high-quality, accessible child care a reality for the families in Ontario!
  • Each year the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) gives out the Mary Thomas Memorial ECE Scholarship in honour and fond memory of a highly respected Neskonlith Elder, Mary Thomas. BCACCS offers one $1000 scholarship for eligible Basic ECE students and one $1500 scholarship for eligible Post-Basic ECE students. This scholarship is awarded after you have completed your Basic or Post-Basic ECE certificate or diploma program. Our goal is to recognize and reward two Aboriginal ECE students each year for the highest overall achievement including; academic standing (at an approved educational institution and ECE program within British Columbia), outstanding accomplishments, volunteer work, community involvement, references, history of the applicant, as well as their ongoing commitment to childcare.
  • The Ontario Early Childhood Decent Work Charter has been developed by the AECEO's Decent Work Taskforce as one of the components mobilizing a collective effort to achieve greater recognition, improved compensation and working conditions for those employed in the sector.
  • Through Ontario's child care consultations, we have seen a newfound unity about three critical priorities to build a better early years and child care system: an affordable fee scale; decent work for educators; and limiting for-profit child care. Join our campaign to have the government adopt our three ideas as the foundation of a transformed child care system for Ontario.
  • The University of Victoria presents the first annual Early Years Institute featuring keynote speakers Dr. Glenda Mac Naughton, Dr. Cheryl Rau and Dr. Helen Penn.
  • The Society for Research in Child Development has organized a symposium to explore ways to support child development research in Africa.
  • The Council for Early Child Development's national conference brings together national and international experts to discuss the connections between science, policy and practice in early child development.
  • Marginalized Youth and Contemporary Educational Contexts is part of a series of events focusing on collaborative community research as a systemic approach to changing front-line practice hosted by the Community Health Systems Resource Group (CHSRG) at The Hospital for Sick Children.
  • Both BC and international keynotes will be part of an exciting program that will include the celebration of ECEBC's 40th anniversary as the provincial organization for early childhood educators in BC.
  • Join with experts, creative thinkers, architects of change, visionaries, teachers, story tellers, thinkers and leaders of all ages connected in some way to Canada's children and youth as they share their thoughts and ideas on building a new agenda for a new generation.
  • Hosted by the Best Start Resource Team, this conference addresses preconception through to child health and explores sessions relevant to work and areas of interest.
  • The Council for Early Childhood Development and the Canadian Council on Learning present a pan-Canadian summit featuring Dr. John Bennett, Dr. Andrew Hargreaves and Dr. Clyde Hertzman.<return><return><return>
  • A multi-disciplinary conference sponsored by the UNICEF Canada; Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children; the Faculty of Law and David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, University of Toronto; and Justice for Children and Youth.
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