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How we work
Cooperating in a network
Why would organisations, working for families, begin to work together? The potential of networks.
Informal support & social cohesion
Wherever parents and children get together, there are always elements of social exchange and informal social support. How can we, in turn, create an environment that facilitates and stimulates this important form of parental support?
Inclusion & diversity
How do we make sure that every child and every family can access ECEC services for Early Childhood Education and Care? Focus on the importance of inclusion and accessibility.
Partnership with parents
To give children what they need, ECEC services work together with fathers and mothers. This is about the power of co-educating.
Within a competent system, competent workers continue to grow.
What do families and children need for a good start in pre-primary education? It’s all about smooth and warm transitions.
Pedagogy of the young child
High quality interactions with young children remain a priority in ECEC provision.
A plea for more male professionals and more attention for fathers in all ECEC services for Early Childhood Education and Care.
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