Beyond Listening: Young Chidlren’s Perspectives on Early Childhood

Published: 4 October 2005

Organised by the Thomas Coram Research Unit

8th November, Baden Powell House, 85 Queens Gate, London

Themes covered will include:

  • The different rationales for listening to young children
  • Different methods of listening
  • Listening to young children at an individual service and local authority level
  • Listening as an ethical and rights issue
  • The possible challenges of listening

Who should attend?

The conference will be of interest to anyone involved with young children – as practitioner, manager, policy maker, researcher or in other capacities, and those interested in children’s rights issues.

The conference brings together contributors to a new book Beyond Listening: children’s perspectives on early childhood services, to be published by Policy Press, which will be launched at the conference. Participants will receive a copy of the book. The Institute of Education Bookshop will also provide a bookstall.

For directions to Baden-Powell House please visit:
www.scouts.org.uk/nationalcentres/bpcontact.html

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