In this section, we share news, studies, interviews, research and projects carried out as well as news from other organizations that are involved in the childhood and education subjects.

Gráfica invitación

Violence towards early childhood

Many children in Latin America and the Caribbean are victims of violence. The use of violence persists as a legitimized practice during the upbringing. Recent studies, conducted by UNICEF, indicate that 69% of children up to 5 years of age were victims of psychological and / or physical violence within the home and 56% were subjected to physical punishment.
For this reason, the IIEP UNESCO Buenos Aires invites to participate in the virtual meeting "Violence towards early childhood. Public policies for prevention and assistance to victims in Latin America ". The event takes place on Thursd[...]
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Docentes durante la capacitación

The game in education

In the integral development of the child, the games are very important and it was the theme of the training for teachers who participate in the School in Motion Program in Bragança Paulista, in the interior of São Paulo. The training sessions were aimed at the 14 schools that carry out projects to stimulate play and active life among their students and are part of the fourth edition of PEM Brasil.
Lucilene Silva, teacher and PhD student in Music for Unicamp, is the consultant of the Arcor Brasil Institute and was in charge of coordinating the six workshops, which reached more than 300 e[...]
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Inequities in early education

In his series Apuntes de Debate, Equity for Children addresses the situation of early childhood education, and observes differences in access to educational opportunities for the youngest.
Education in the first stage of life is fundamental, because it has positive impacts on the physical, motor, social and emotional development of children. It also contributes to cognitive and language development, improving future results in educational journeys. Thus, for example, early schooling helps reduce repetition and dropout rates at the primary level. Although the learning proc[...]
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