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Infant and Early Childhood Social and Emotional Wellbeing Conference 2013

This 2 day conference in Canberra will focus on infant and early childhood social and emotional wellbeing and mental health.  Described as a "call to action", the program promises to be participative, innovative, stimulating, thought-provoking and enriching. Posing the questions: What vision do we want for our future? and Where should we be focussing our attention and efforts?, the conference will focus on what we can do to ensure that children thrive.

Infant and Early Childhood Social and Emotional Wellbeing Conference
30th October to 2nd November 2013
National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia

Abstracts for papers about social and emotional wellbeing of young children are invited until 2 June and Early Bird registrations close 8 September.
For submissions and regsitrations, please visit the conference website here. 

Speaker in the Spotlight

Professor Alan Hayes AM, Australian Institute of Family Studies and Institute of Early Childhood, Faculty of  Human Sciences, Macquarie University

Professor Hayes' keynote presentation will explore the impacts of social "address" in facilitating or constraining life opportunities, ameliorating or exacerbating challenges and, ultimately, enhancing or diminishing life chances. He will conclude with a brief discussion of the value of developmental research in providing the base for broad-spectrum, coordinated child, family and community policy approaches.

You can visit the conference website for the program and registration details - www.iecsewc2013.net.au

The Australian Association for Infant Mental Health (AAIMHI) and the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY), will be co-hosting these vital discussions, which will incorporate AAIMHI's Annual Conference.