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April 29th, 2021

Press release - Tabling of the Laurent Commission report

With the report of the Special Commission on the Rights of the Child and Youth Protection expected tomorrow, the Collectif petite enfance has pledged to keep an eye on the progress of the Commission’s recommendations moving forward — especially those related to prevention and the required conditions for creating caring communities. This collective deliberation will take place during the 6th annual Early Childhood Week held later this year, approximately six months after the report is delivered. Local, regional and provincial stakeholders in early childhood development, including elected officials, will be invited to weigh in on the status of these recommendations and, in so doing, draw public attention once again to the importance of prevention.

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April 28, 2021

Public letter - Putting Young Children’s Well-Being Front and Centre of Public Policies

In its most recent portrait, released today, the Early Childhood Observatory (Observatoire des tout-petits) provides a detailed review of existing public policies in Quebec regarding early childhood development. The portrait is the result of meticulous research, conducted in collaboration with a community of 60 experts, and will serve as a benchmark against which the well-being and future outcomes of young children can be analyzed.

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November 12, 2020

Press release - The Alarming Impact of COVID-19 on Young Children

Momentum is building in support of Early Childhood Week (November 15–21) to
give a voice to the 530,000 children 5 and under in Quebec, or close to 600,000 counting all those who will be born in the coming months.

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September 29th, 2020

Birth of the Collectif petite enfance

During the 2018 Early Childhood Week, organized by Avenir d’enfants, plans were announced to create a Quebec-wide early childhood collective. Two years later, these plans have become a reality.

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