Student advocates

As graduates in, and for Early Childhood our students and alumni are encouraged to challenge policy makers and hold them accountable for high quality Early Childhood Education and Care . We encourage ECS students to contribute to the public policy debate on all matters affecting young children.

Here we share examples of student letters to politicians on a range of issues affecting early childhood today.


June 2019 - A New Report on Advocacy
Source: The Children's Commissioner for England

Let us know about your student activism and advocacy……
Why Advocate - Dr Seuss

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