Resources for Children & Youth, Outside Resources
Media reporting on children and young people should never put them at risk. UNICEF has developed principles and guidelines to help journalists report on children’s issues in a way that enables them to serve the public interest without compromising the rights of children.
Questioning Unaccompanied Immigrant Children: Lessons from Developmental Science on Forensic Interviewing
A brief from the Society for Research in Child Development regarding when and how children should be interviewed, including how questions should be phrased.
ECD databases and other resources assembled by Esther Goh, ECD specialist from the Bernard van Leer Foundation, and a speaker at the Dart Center's Early Childhood Reporting Institute: Covering Trauma, Resilience and the Developing Brain; June 28 - July 2, 2018; New York City.
This edition of the Bernard van Leer Foundation’s journal showcases advances in early childhood development, bringing new ideas from around the world and exploring the challenges of scaling up. Guest-edited by international early childhood expert Joan Lombardi, Early Childhood Matters 2017 includes articles from two global leaders for young children: Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile, and Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank. An additional 17 articles report on subjects ranging from neuroscience to financing to quality standards, with contributions from diverse countries including Niger, Australia, Romania and Bangladesh.
Research and Studies of Core Relevance to the Early Childhood Development Field.
Recent articles by and about Rana Dajani and the We Love Reading program, of which she is Founder and Director. Dajani was a speaker at the Dart Center's Global Reporting Institute on Early Childhood Experience & the Developing Brain; March 9-12, 2017.