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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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

Foundation's Turkey Representative wins Zero to Three Fellowship

Published November 9, 2016

Yigit Aksakoglu, the Bernard van Leer Foundation's Turkey Representative, has won a place in the Zero to Three Fellowship Program - a prestigious, three-year course to nurture and support professionals… Read more

Text of the inaugural Rien van Gendt Lecture

Published November 8, 2016

Read the text of Foundations and Society: Sliding Panels, the inaugural Rien van Gendt Lecture - an event created by Fonds 1818 on the occasion of Rien's retirement from their… Read more

Why walking is so good for parents, toddlers and the cities where they live

Published November 8, 2016

In 1950, 30 percent of the world’s people lived in cities. Today, that figure is 50 percent. By 2050, nearly 7 in 10 will live in cities. Read the rest… Read more