New scientific evidence highlights the need for multi-sectorial interventions to ensure that all children receive “nurturing care”. Building on the findings and recommendations of previous research, the most recent compelling scientific evidence supports of the need to implement early childhood development programs of proven value at scale across the globe.
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This pioneering film aims to raise awareness on the importance of investing in the early years of life, and how scientific evidence supports the developmental wellbeing of young children, defining both the present and future of mankind.
Explore this groundbreaking global collection of scholarly work that investigates ways in which children are raised as critical factors that can inform a community’s tendency toward peace versus conflict.
Yale child and adolescent psychiatrist, James F. Leckman, provides a synopsis of responsive parenting and the epigenetic, neurobiological and clinical evidence supporting the well-being of children and families as an agent of change for sustainable peace.