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Conference programme: "The Next Six Years, the First Six Years - the National Children's Strategy and Children's Early Years". PDF document

Conference programme for 13 December 2011 conference "The Next Six Years, the First Six Years - the National Children's Strategy and Children's Early Years". Gresham Hotel, Dublin, 9.30am to 4.30pm. Read more

Press release, 07/12/2011:Start Strong relieved that free pre-school year maintained in tough Budget.

Start Strong relieved that free pre-school year maintained in tough Budget. Read more

Press release, 28/11/2011: Start Strong Calls for free pre-school year to be maintained in Budget

Start Strong Calls for free pre-school year to be maintained in Budget. Investment in Quality Early Years will Save Money. Read more

Save the date, 13 Dec 2011 for our conference, 'The Next Six Years: The First Six Years'

"The Next Six Years: The First Six Years" - Start Strong's conference on the National Children's Strategy and children's early years - will take place on Tuesday 13th December. Put the date in your diary! Read more

Press release, 22/07/2011: Children place high value on input into activities, being able to play outside and the need for family involvement.

Children place high value on input into activities, being able to play outside and the need for family involvement. Read more

29/06/2011: Request for tenders for research Word document

Building on the conclusions of our Children 2020 project, Start Strong invites tenders to carry out research on area-based, integrated services for young children (aged 0-6) and their families. Read more

Press release, 20/05/2011: Europe wants to provide all our children with the best start for the world of tomorrow

Start Strong welcomed the agreement of European Governments, meeting in Brussels, that all young children should have the best start for the world of tomorrow. The Ministers of Education from across Europe called on national governments to invest in children’s early care and education as a “long-term growth-enhancing measure”. Read more

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