Early Childhood Matters on Living conditions
The new edition of Early Childhood Matters, on the subject of Living conditions: The influence on young children's health , explores the links between the living conditions in which children grow up and their health and development. It includes articles on air pollution, accidents, nature and child-friendly cities, and contributions from four continents. You can download the pdf , read on issuu.com or order a free printed copy .
Early Childhood Matters No 118
The latest edition of Early Childhood Matters explores the links between the living conditions that children grow up in and their health and development. Articles look at the effects of air pollution, the significance of accidents and how to prevent them, issues involved in designing child-friendly cities, the importance of access to nature for young children, and reaching young children by involving unemployed youth in building projects. It includes contributions from Uganda, Israel, India and Brazil, and an interview with Alexis Tsolakis on the living conditions of the Roma in Europe.
Publication date 07/12
Supported by The Bernard Van Leer Foundation www.bernardvanleer.org
The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/