Right for children, better for the economy


We are an independent charity and What Works Centre which champions and supports the use of effective early intervention for children with signals of risk.


11th July 2016 – FOUNDATIONS FOR LIFE: WHAT WORKS TO SUPPORT PARENT CHILD INTERACTION IN THE EARLY YEARS

Blog from Leon Feinstein, Director of Evidence to coincide with
the publication of this new EIF review – READ MORE

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Inter-Parental Relationships

EIF has explored the role of the relationship between parents (regardless of whether they are together or separated) in positive parenting and outcomes for children. Our work suggests that family relationships are crucial to healthy child development and children’s life chances…

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Social and Emotional Learning: Skills for life and work

This review, completed in partnership with UCL Institute of Education, University of Galway & ResearchAbility, bolsters the evidence on the strong links between social and emotional skills in children and how they fare as adults…

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The Early Intervention Academy for Police Leaders

EIF is running an Early Intervention Academy to progress the role of the police in early intervention, supported by the Home Office and the College of Policing.

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Preventing Gang and Youth Violence

EIF has been working in partnership with the Home Office to produce this research which aims to help local areas make more informed decisions about how best to identify those children and young people who may be at risk of involvement in gangs or youth violence…

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Guidebook

Search our interactive library of early intervention programmes and learn about good evidence of impact.

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“We will do everything we can to help anybody, whatever your background, to go as far as your talents will take you.”            

    Statement from the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, 13 July

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