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Presentations for AC-organized events can be found on individual event pages.

 

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2015

  • Child Care Builds Vibrant Communities
    Panel discussion with Kerry McCuaig, Building Momentum: Creating a Vibrant Portage Together, March 12, 2015, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

  • Growing Education Down to Include the Early Years 
    Presented to Minister of Education, Susan Sullivan and staff, by Kerry McCuaig, Atkinson Centre Fellow In Early Childhood Policy, and the Jimmy Pratt Foundation, St. John's, Newfoundland (March 4, 2015)

2014

2013

  • Conference Report - Approaches in Nordic ECEC Research: Current Research and New Perspectives (pdf)
    Presented by Kerry McCuaig, November 11, 2013, Oslo, Norway

    The third Nordic ECEC conference “Approaches in Nordic ECEC research: Current research and new perspectives” was held in Oslo 11-12 November 2013. About 80 policy makers and researchers from the Nordic countries participated actively in presentations and workshops on the three conference themes: 1) Investments in children and ECEC, 2) Inclusion for all children and each child – in view of special needs and 3) How can long term development be supported by research?

  • Early Childhood Development as Economic Development (pdf)
    Background Paper: Prepared and presented by Kerry McCuaig, 3rd Nordic Conference, November 11, 2013, Oslo, Norway

  • Supporing All Children To Reach The Most Vulnerable (pdf)
    Report to the Commission of Inquiry into the Circumstances Surrounding the Death of Phoenix Sinclair (pdf)
    Presented by Kerry McCuaig, May 29, 2013, Winnipeg, Manitoba

    The Inquiry into the Circumstances Surrounding the Death of Phoenix Sinclair was established in March 2011 by the Government of Manitoba, to investigate the death of Phoenix Sinclair - a  five-year-old aboriginal girl who was murdered by her mother and stepfather. Her death went undiscovered for nine months. From the time of her birth Phoenix and her family were in and out of contact with the child welfare system in Manitoba.

    The inquiry reviewed the child welfare services that were delivered to Phoenix and her family, and attempted to find out why the death went undiscovered for so long. In addition, the commission is examining the systemic issues that underlie this case, including the conditions and challenges that bring urban aboriginal people into contact with the child welfare system and the services and programs that exist, or ought to exist, outside the child welfare system to support families and prevent tragedies such as this one.

    The Atkinson Centre’s, Kerry McCuaig prepared a discussion paper and presented to the commission on May 29, 2013 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  • Age Profile of Infants with Child Care Subsidy in Toronto: Implications for Policy Formulation (pdf)
    Presented by Petr Varmuza and Michal Perlman, University of Toronto, at the Atkinson Centre Early Years Task Force meeting, May 8, 2013

    Discussing a recent analysis of the City of Toronto's subsidy wait list exploring when children receive care vs. when their parents need it.
     

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