The latest news about the Bernard van Leer Foundation, our partners and the issues we work on.
Read about Private Sector Foundation's Uganda's ground-breaking work with ReadyNation to build a network of business champions for early childhood. Their collaboration - The Early Steps Programme, supported by the… Read more
Starting today, the Monitor Aanpak Kindermishandeling ("Monitor Approach Child Abuse") also tackles domestic violence, becoming the Monitor Aanpak Kindermishandeling en Huiselijk Geweld. Over 200 municipalities in the Netherlands already use… Read more
During the Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) session of the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (25-27 July, Surabaya, Indonesia), the National Institute of Urban Affairs, with support from… Read more
Read the newest post on the Bernard van Leer Foundation blog, written by Joan Lombardi, about the early childhood development field and the launch of our journal Early Childhood Matters… Read more
A partner of the Bernard van Leer Foundation, the Sustainable Amazonas Foundation, has won the 2016 Calouste Gulbenkian Prize. The prize, worth EUR 250,000, was set up to recognise defence… Read more
Canadian Government-funded “Saving Brains” research finds: Babies exclusively breastfed to six months old half as likely to have later conduct disorders; Enriched play/stimulation to age 2 creates brighter 4-year-olds. Read more
The 2016 edition of the Bernard van Leer Foundation’s journal, Early Childhood Matters, was launched today by guest editor Joan Lombardi at the Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally… Read more