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National Early Years Summit 2020 registrations now open

The National Early Years Summit 2020 will be held Wednesday, 11th to Thursday, 12th March 2020 in Melbourne. The Summit will bring together leading thinkers and change-makers to look ahead and ask: What should a blueprint for young children’s wellbeing look like? This work and discussion at the Summit will begin a ten-year endeavour by bringing together those who work on the front line with children, academics, government policy makers, parents, and others. The Summit will involve building on a knowledge of what works for kids, highlighting what information we lack, and how we can acquire it. It will also include thought and advocacy on how best to apply that knowledge to get the best results for our children with the limited resources available to governments, organisations, and families. Special rates are available for early bird registrations and Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Members. Find out more and register.

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