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Early Childhood Voices Conference 2020 (ECV2020)

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The Early Childhood Voices Conference is a FREE international multidisciplinary fully online conference about innovations in early education

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The Early Childhood Voices Conference (ECV2020) is a FREE international multidisciplinary conference sharing research about innovative methods, theories and partnerships with children, families and practitioners that supports social justice during early childhood or within the early childhood sector. International speakers will present research in a virtual online space about innovations to improve the lives of children, families and practitioners during early childhood (generally birth-8 years) or within the early childhood sector.

ECV2020 will be held entirely online and asynchronously; that is, you can watch the presentations anytime during the conference. There is no registration fee and no fees to present or view the presentations.

The conference will be held from 16th to 20th November 2020.

Please refer to our web page for further information

https://earlychildhoodresearch.csu.domains/early-childhood-voices-conference-2020/

ECV2020 is organised by the Charles Sturt University Early Childhood Research Group.

Keynote Speakers include

• Professor Laura Lundy, PhD, Centre for Children’s Rights, Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom

• Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer, PhD, Monash University, Australia

• Professor Gail Gillon, PhD, (Ngāi Tahu iwi), University of Canterbury Child Well-Being Research Institute, New Zealand

• Professor Sheila Degotadi, PhD, Macquarie University, Australia

• Professor Emeritus Bob Perry , PhD, and Professor Emeritus Sue Dockett, PhD, Charles Sturt University, Australia

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Topics include: Children’s voices, Families’ voices, Professionals’ voices (e.g. education, health, policy, government, community services), Indigenous voices, Workforce issues, Vulnerable communities, Social justice, Well-being, Regional/rural/national/international communities, Communication, COVID-19.

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