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Quality Child Care is Every Child’s Right Sources

Government of Canada. “Rights of Children.” November 14, 2017.

Canadian Child Care Federation resource sheets: “Respecting Children’s Rights at Home,” “Respecting Children’s Rights in Practice,” “The Child’s Rights in a Preschool Setting” and “Supporting and Encouraging Children’s Right to be Heard.”

Marope, Mmantsetsa, and Yoshie Kaga, eds. Investing against Evidence: The Global State of Early Childhood Care and Education. Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 2015.

Slinde, Tove Mogstad Slinde.“Early Childhood Education and Care: ECEC the Nordic Way.” Presentation to the ECECBC 2019 conference in Vancouver, April 13, 2019.

UNESCO. World Declaration on Education for All. 1990.

United Nations. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. 1979.

United Nations. Convention on the Rights of the Child. 1989.

 

AECEA would like to thank The Community Initiatives Program (CIP)  for the Project-Based grant awarded in 2019 to create resources and videos on quality child care for parents, early childhood educators, and the general public. AECEA would also like to thank the Alberta Early Learning and Care Leaders Caucus for their assistance and support in the creation of the videos and resources.