Means to create, translate, organize and share content about early childhood with the overall society, especially with interested parties, enabling them to identify, act, and advocate their cause.
Science for Childhood Initiative
This initiative is a collaborative effort designed to translate research-based scientific knowledge into a language that is more accessible to the general public; the idea is for public policies and practicing educators to incorporate and apply this knowledge on their day-to-day work and programs.
The mission of this committee is to 1) identify the major and most impactful areas in Early Childhood Development, 2) bring together those areas that have the greatest potential of becoming policies and current practice and 3) to promote a national research agenda that includes areas that have been little explored or not at all explored.
Led by the Science for Childhood Initiative and supported by several important partners, this initiative aims at designing fruitful strategies with the potential to change the lives of the children and families which are currently in a situation of vulnerability.
Executive Leadership Program
Another Science for Childhood Initiative program whose goal is to invite policy makers, public officials, and leaders of civil society to join the dialogue of the importance of Early Childhood Development.
International Symposium on Early Childhood Development
Since 2012, the Science for Childhood Initiative has been organizing annual symposia on issues related to Early Childhood Development. This event is designed to attract the professionals who work either directly or indirectly with expectant mothers and children not older than 6 years of age and their caretakers.