Policy recommendations derived from the Transatlantic Forum on Inclusive Early Years were recently published.
The Transatlantic Forum on Inclusive Early Years was created by the King Baudouin Foundation, the Jacobs Foundation and twelve other partner foundations from Europe and the United States to bring together leading scientists practitioners, civil society members, business leaders and political decision-makers from Europe and North America. Forum participants will explore policies and projects supporting the early childhood development of children from migrant and low-income families.
The aim is to exchange newest research results, strategies, policies, innovations and best practices and create the opportunity to scale-up existing knowledge and evidence based research. The first Forum took place in 2013 in Ghent, Belgium.
Learn more about the Forum here.
Learn more about the policy recommendations here.