Advocating Paid Leave for New Dads

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Engaging Kids to Make São Paulo's Streets Safer

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Children are sanitation ambassadors in India

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Improving parenting at scale through existing health workers

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Harvard executive program on scaling early childhood programs

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India's first smart and child friendly city

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Building Africa's first national pre-school system in Kenya

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News

Michael Feigelson participates in panel discussion at Davos

Published January 16, 2017

BvLF's Executive Director, Michael Feigelson, will participate in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 17th, on the topic "Human Development Is Economic Development: A… Read more

Happy holidays! (head office closed)

Published December 23, 2016

Please note that the Bernard van Leer Foundation office will be closed during the Holiday season. We are back in the office again on Monday January 2nd, 2017. Read more

Job vacancy: Programme Manager - Urban95

Published December 13, 2016

We are currently recruiting a Programme Manager for the Bernard van Leer Foundation's Urban95 programme based in Bhubaneshwar, India. See the job description (pdf). The deadline for applications is 25… Read more

Job Vacancy: Early Childhood and Education Specialist, Ivory Coast

Published December 5, 2016

Ivory Coast-based TRECC is looking for an Early Childhood and Education Specialist, based in Abidjan with travel required to rural areas of intervention across the country and to Switzerland and… Read more

Blog: Habitat III: outcomes and future opportunities for children

Published November 22, 2016

Joyati Das, who co-chaired the General Assembly of Partners’ Children and Youth Constituent Group for Habitat III, shares her reflections on what the conference in Ecuador means for children growing… Read more

Blog: Helping parents in the Netherlands to keep all their plates spinning

Published November 17, 2016

Parents in countries like the Netherlands often feel like Chinese acrobats performing the tradition of plate-spinning. Read a new blog about an SER report on how parents can be helped… Read more