ECPC relevant resources

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ECPC relevant resources

ECPC relevant resources

ECPC relevant resources that recognize early childhood development (ECD) strategies for peacebuilding


This knowledge platform for scholarly publishing is provided by the ECPC. Research and scholarly output included here has been selected and deposited based on its key relevance to early childhood development, social cohesion, violence prevention and peace promotion, and more. Additional key literature will be added as it becomes available.

ECPC Relevant Resources

Sunar, D., Ç. Kâğıtçıbaşı, J. F. Leckman, P. Britto, C. Panter-Brick, K. Pruett, M. Reyes, W. Hodges, A. Zonderman, Y. Yazgan et al. "Is early childhood relevant to peacebuilding?" J Peacebuilding Develop 8 (2013): 81-85.
Ullman, M., T. Hyder, Z. Halaimzai, N. Elattar, and A. Shrikhande. How investing in early childhood contributes to the Global Goals. Medium, 2019.
UnitedNations, and General Assembly. Peace Resolutions., 2016.
UnitedNations, and General Assembly. Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace. New York, 1999.
UnitedNations, and General Assembly. A world fit for children ., 2002.
UnitedNationsSecurityCouncil. Youth and peace and security. Report of the Secretary-General. New York City: United Nations, 2020.
van IJzendoorn, Marinus H., and Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg. "Prosocial development and situational morality: Neurobiological, parental, and contextual factors." In Pathways to peace: The transformative power of children and families, edited by James F. Leckman, Catherine Panter-Brick and Rima Salah, 161-184. Vol. 15. The MIT Press, 2014.
Wuermli, Alice J., Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Paul D. Hastings. "A bioecocultural approach to supporting adolescent mothers and their young children in conflict-affected contexts." Development and Psychopathology (2021): 1-13.


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