Learning from experience: Historical Cases available now

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Early Childhood Matters 2018: new edition now available

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Home visiting services scale up in Brazil

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Data mapping informs home visits in Istanbul

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Digitaf shows how Tel Aviv is prioritising young children

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The children’s priority zone debuts in Bogotá

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Dart course for journalists spearheads media outreach

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Scaling up mother tongue-based preschool in Odisha

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Advocating Paid Leave for New Dads

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News & Blogs

New papers assess evidence and practice in nurturing care

Published March 19, 2019

The journal Archives of Disease in Childhood has published a series of five papers and an editorial called Informing design and implementation for early child development programmes, funded through the… Read more

Leaders from Latin America: apply for Early Childhood Leadership Programme at Harvard Kennedy School

Published March 14, 2019

Leaders from Latin America are invited to apply for the tenth iteration of the Early Childhood Leadership Course at Harvard Kennedy School. The programme is designed for public policy makers,… Read more

Make the most of data? Introducing the BvLF data readiness tool

Published February 25, 2019

For organisations working in urban and early childhood development, data is a vital tool to inform planning, monitor progress, increase accountability, and strengthen the voice of children in decisions that… Read more

BvLF partners with Arup on Urban95 guide and VR experience

Published February 19, 2019

On Monday 11 February, Arup and the Bernard van Leer Foundation formally launched a partnership on two new initiatives related to our Urban95 work: a guide to better enable designers,… Read more

Looking at DTLA through children’s and caregivers’ eyes: an Urban95 opportunity

Published February 15, 2019

On its surface, our meeting location of DTLA seemed like an odd choice: a Southern California neighbourhood known more for its office buildings and car culture than its livability. Our… Read more

Covering the Syrian Refugee Crisis – highlights from the Dart journalism training workshop in Amman

Published February 14, 2019

UNHCR tells us that more than 5.6 million people have fled Syria since the onset of the civil war in 2011, seeking safety in neighbouring countries and beyond. An estimated… Read more