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Global Poverty and Youth – Vancouver, May 27

Challenges, Misperceptions and Responses That Make a Difference Saturday, May 27, 2017 St. George’s School 4175 West 29th Avenue, Vancouver Find more info Register now Join Khalil Shariff of the Aga Khan Foundation, Kevin McCort of the Vancouver Foundation and Adrienne Montani of First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy MORE


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UBC Summer Institute: Supporting Aboriginal Families of Young Children with Disabilities, July 8-15 – Register by May 26

Respect, Healing, Dignity and Care July 8-15 Register by May 26 Find more info Register now This summer institute will bring together Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals to discuss their work in relation to Aboriginal families, and how the TRC recommendations will enrich work practices and policies. There will be a MORE


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C&NN International Conference 2017 – Apr. 18-21 – #CNC2017

Kids Need Nature, Nature Needs Kids Tuesday-Friday, Apr. 18-21 Westin Bayshore, Vancouver Find more info Join the Children & Nature Network International Conference for inspiring keynotes, workshops, field trips and action labs designed to support and advance the work you do to connect children, families and communities to nature.


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Get inspired at Inclusion BC’s annual event – Inspired by Love, June 14-17 – Early bird rates until Apr. 21

Inspired by Love June 14–17, 2017 Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, Richmond, BC Find Inspired by Love 2017 highlights Read about inspiring speakers Register – Early bird rates until Apr. 21 11:59 pm June 14: Education Summit: Quality inclusive education benefits all students June 14: Working together to get people working: MORE


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SPARK: The Early Years Conference 2017

Coming Together: Celebrating Diversity around Young Children Apr. 28-29, 2017 Find more info Register This two-day graduate student-run conference offers graduate students, early childhood educators, advocates, researchers and policymakers a space to share challenges, accomplishments and promising practices in the early years.