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23 May 2017
Kerry Littleford, a public health worker in Hackney, tells her personal story of growing up in and around the care system, and her reflections on what difference effective early intervention could have made for her mum and her family.
11 May 2017
Alison Michalska’s vision of ‘a country that works for children’ is compelling. In her keynote address to the EIF National Conference today, the new president of the Association of Directors of Children’s Services spoke persuasively about the need for children’s services to be properly resourced and for public sector agencies to be supported to act as ‘partnership parents’ to the 70,000 children currently in care.
11 May 2017
The Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) has appointed Dr Jo Casebourne as its new chief executive. Casebourne will take up the post in August.
2 May 2017
Donna Molloy looks ahead to the EIF national conference: "Our theme this year is ‘putting evidence into action’ – I think we now have a good understanding of what it takes to make this happen, as well the challenges involved."
28 April 2017
New research affirms the link between a family’s experience of poverty or economic pressure, parental conflict and an increased risk of long-term negative outcomes for children. This finding, combined with new qualitative research highlighting the barriers to accessing relationship support, suggests that those who may benefit most from this kind of support may be least likely to receive it.
21 April 2017
Stephanie Waddell looks ahead to the EIF national conference, and how it supports the police's emerging role as "increasingly influential public service leaders".
18 April 2017
As EIF prepares for its national conference in May, Tom McBride reflects on the need for a serious answer to an apparently straightforward question, "does evidence really matter?"
4 April 2017
Ben Lewing recaps the key themes and topics from the second meeting of the EIF Places Network.
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