The Atlantic Philanthropies Sustainability Learning Review 2015

In 2004, Early Years presented a 10-year strategy to Atlantic with the long-term aim of significantly improving the quality of services for young people and their families across Northern Ireland. To achieve this goal the organisation proposed to carry out research that would provide evidence to create more effective policy and practice both locally as well as overseas. It also looked to develop an integrated children centre model that could be nested in communities across the province. Finally, Early Years proposed to take responsibility for developing this model but service delivery would be co-ordinated in partnership with various government agencies.

This review provides information on the impacts and successes of Early Years and the sustainable practices developed and delivered to enhance advocacy activity and mobilisation, strengthen networks, further embed programmatic development and improve key outcomes for children, families, practitioners and communities as a result of Atlantic Philanthropies investment into the organisation.

Atlantic Philanthropies Sustainability Learning

The Atlantic Philanthropies Sustainability Learning Review 2015

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Report Summary - Sustainability Learning Review 2015

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Early Years International Conference and AGM 2017 is sponsored by Hope Education

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