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12 December 2017

The House of Commons science and technology select committee's inquiry into evidence-based early intervention is a welcome step and a timely one: we know that the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) approach is an increasingly prominent part of the early intervention landscape, and so now is the right moment to reflect on what we know about this body of research and how it should be applied – and, just as importantly, how it should not.

8 November 2017

Derren Hayes, editor of Children & Young People Now, talks to two police leaders about their investment in an early intervention approach.

8 November 2017

Jo Casebourne speaks with Derren Hayes, editor of Children & Young People Now.

16 October 2017

EIF chief executive Jo Casebourne sets out the importance of making the case for early intervention to a new generation of politicians and policy-makers, starting with Labour and Conservative party conferences over the autumn.

13 October 2017

Ben Lewing covers all the highlights from the latest meeting of our Places Network, including tackling domestic abuse upstream, understanding the teenage brain, and vital the challenges of building 'trusted relationships' for young people.

10 October 2017

Jean Gross highlights the ever-growing mass of evidence for the importance of early language development to children's longer-term outcomes, and sets out some key questions for experts and policy-makers to answer in order to achieve change.

27 September 2017

Kirsten Asmussen discusses national and International measures of wellbeing, why we should see language as a crucial component of wellbeing, and the links between language, wellbeing and social mobility.

27 July 2017

EIF senior adviser Stephanie Waddell highlights the role of early intervention in combating gang involvement among young people, and our ongoing work with the London boroughs of Lambeth and Wandsworth to understand more about 'what works'.

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