Read the selected insights, thoughts and experiences of our staff and partners.
A recent commentary published by The Lancet confirmed the unfortunate truth that children continue to disproportionately bear the physical and psychological burden of conflict. War and violence not only put… Read more
I am Malathy Yadav, a child Advocate from Gautam Nagar slum in Mumbai. Recently I was selected to participate in the third session of the Preparatory Committee (PrepCom3) of the… Read more
One of the first principles that one learns in studying child development is the importance of an ecological approach. This approach assumes that child development is most directly influenced by… Read more
According to Rien van Gendt: “The Netherlands has a unique foundation landscape, in which most foundations have moved from traditional grantmaking to strategic philanthropy, characterised by a focus on impact… Read more
September is the first anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals. For the early childhood field, it has been a year filled with activity: new champions for young children have emerged,… Read more
On 10 December 2015, Peru became the ninth Latin American country to pass a law against any kind of physical or humiliating punishment for children. This achievement marked the culmination… Read more
There is ample evidence that the key to quality in early childhood programs are the interactions between children and the important adults in their lives, including the teachers and other… Read more