Literature review of the impact of early childhood education and care on learning and development

Early childhood education and care is a key priority for the Australian Government in recognition that ECEC programs play a vital role in the development of Australian children and their preparation for school, and enabling parents to work.

This review explores the literature on the complex rel

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Community-Based Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review

The International Centre for Evidence in Disability is delighted to announce the publication of the Campbell Review on Community-Based Rehabilitation for People With Disabilities in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review.

Recent estimates suggest that there are over one billion pe

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'Hidden in plain sight'- report by UK Equality & Human Rights Commission about disability hate crime – with recommendations

'Hidden in plain sight'- report by UK Equality & Human Rights Commission about disability hate crime – with recommendations

'Hidden in plain sight' is the final report of our inquiry into disability-related harassment. The report uncovers that harassment is a commonplace experience for disabled people, but a culture of disbelief and systemic institutional failures are preventing it from being tackled effectively.

As well

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Corporate Parenting for Young People in Care: Making the difference? Report from SPRU (UK) using care leavers as researchers

Corporate Parenting for Young People in Care: Making the difference? Report from SPRU (UK) using care leavers as researchers

Abstract: Young people in care and care leavers want to know that their corporate parents (the local authority, collectively with other relevant services) will care for them and do their best for them. In this, one of the largest peer research studies, we report if, and how, this is being achieved.

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