How can we improve children’s wellbeing?

The Early Years Summit 2020 thought leaders and panellists have been announced and want you to join the conversation to help set a better course for Australia’s children.

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All children should have the opportunity to reach their potential and thrive. But what needs to be done to ensure our policies, services, communities and systems enable this?

Summit thought leaders and panellists will spark conversations to explore what works – and what still needs to be done – to optimise children’s wellbeing, starting from conception.

Thought leaders and panellists

Professor Sharon Goldfeld, Director, and Dr Paul Prichard, Training and Development Manager of the Centre for Community Child Health have announced their participation at the Summit.

Summit participants will have the opportunity to share their experience and knowledge, and contribute to the development of a shared national agenda for children and their families.

Organisation of the Summit is led by the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY), with partners the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI)Goodstart Early Learningthe Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI), and Families Australia.


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