Designing Streets for Kids

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An Urban95 Starter Kit - ideas for action

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Covid-19 crisis: how leaders can support babies, toddlers and the people who care for them

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Coalitions that care: New case studies on breakthrough early childhood policy achievements

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New guide for designing for Early Childhood in vulnerable urban contexts

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Annual Report 2019

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News & Blogs

Seminars underway on early childhood and inequality in Israel

Published October 20, 2020

The ten seminars will allow professionals from different fields to exchange knowledge, experiences and ideas for new collaborations. Read more

How can our cities be better prepared for epidemics?

Published September 25, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to rethink economies, delivery of social benefits, business models, and even the way we work and live. It is time to think about how… Read more

Bringing in new perspectives for the early years

Published September 22, 2020

Andrea Torres and Ankita Chachra, two professionals with global experience and ebullient energy for the importance of the early years have joined the Bernard van Leer Foundation’s management team. In… Read more

Hiring: We're seeking an Impact and Financial Analyst (CLOSED)

Published September 17, 2020

We are looking for an Impact and Financial Analyst: someone with brilliant analytical, financial and project management skills, who also has lots of curiosity and energy to join our team… Read more

New report looks at the state of the young child in India

Published September 11, 2020

India’s Vice-President, M Venkaiah Naidu, has officially launched a major new report into child development in India published with BvLF support. “We need to understand the crucial importance of this… Read more

We must prevent a post-COVID 'carmageddon'. Here's how

Published September 7, 2020

We live in turbulent times. The gap between the world we want and the world we see feels simultaneously closer and more distant. COVID-19 represents an unparalleled global public health… Read more