Hybrid symposium: Exploring the global scripts of development partners

Hybrid symposium: Exploring the global scripts of development partners

Kobe University’s Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS), is hosting a hybrid international symposium on the topic “Exploring the global scripts of development partners.” The symposium is jointly organized by Kobe University and the KIX EMAP Hub, with support from Teachers College, Columbia University and the UNESCO Chair at the Geneva Graduate Institute and in collaboration with numerous universities, ministries of education, think tanks, and development partners.

Fathers matter, too! Supporting men's engagement in children’s care and development

Fathers matter, too! Supporting men's engagement in children’s care and development

Fathers matter, too! Supporting men's engagement in children’s care and development 

This webinar will shine a light on the critical role of fathers in child development, delving into strategies to bolster their involvement in caregiving. Additionally, it will introduce the Engaging Men in Nurturing Care initiative active in Italy, Portugal, and Spain, which aims to reshape policies and practices at both local and national levels to cultivate environments that champion paternal involvement.

Applying the Nurturing Care Framework to multisectoral M&E systems for early childhood development

Applying the Nurturing Care Framework to multisectoral M&E systems for early childhood development

Applying the Nurturing Care Framework to multisectoral M&E systems for early childhood development

In this webinar, learn how the Nurturing Care Framework can be used at national and subnational levels within the context of multisectoral monitoring and evaluation systems and hear a practical country example of its application in this context.

This webinar is part of the series, "From Fragmentation to a Unity of Effort for Early Childhood Development" covering the SDGs and multisectoral ECD monitoring and evaluation systems.

Co-Constructing a Climate Resilient Future

Co-Constructing a Climate Resilient Future

Co-Constructing a Climate Resilient Future: Putting our trust in the children 

Join ARNEC and Save the Childrenfor a discussion featuring The City School of ELC International Schools Bangkok as they share how they were inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach to Education to develop children and teachers’ adaptive capacities through a rewilding project with children of six and seven years of age. 

Changing childhood climate: the air pollution case

Changing childhood climate: the air pollution case

Regional conference within the framework of the Central Asian and Mongolian Initiative of members of the International “Step by Step” Association (CAMI - ISSA).

Time: February 8, 15:00 Bishkek time (GMT+6) | 10 a.m. CET

This conference is inspired by the Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF) flagship publication “Early Childhood Matters” 2021 issue. In 2022, ISSA and BvLF supported translation of the 2021 issue, which is dedicated to climate change.