Call for Evidence

The Early Years Commission is interested in evidence on the policy solutions required in England to deliver real change in early years for all children. We heard from a range of perspectives, including from those who work with babies, parents, and families.

We issued a call for evidence with a series of questions about early years policy, and the necessary changes.

We are very grateful that the following organisations and individuals that contributed to the Commission’s call for evidence:

  1. Action on Postpartum Psychosis
  2. Association of Directors of Children Services
  3. Before Becoming a Parent
  4. British Association for Child and Adolescent Public Health
  5. British Association for Early Childhood Education
  6. British Psychological Society
  7. Child Poverty Action Group
  8. Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition
  9. Children’s Commissioner for England
  10. Contact
  11. Daphne Cotton
  12. Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
  13. Dr Kitty Stewart, CASE/LSE
  14. Early Intervention Foundation
  15. Early Years Alliance
  16. Early Years Funding Collaborative
  17. East Riding Council
  18. Education Endowment Foundation
  19. Family Action
  20. Fawcett Society
  21. Fegans
  22. First 1001 Days Movement
  23. First Steps Nutrition Trust
  24. Flying Start in Wales
  25. Foundation Years Trust
  26. I Can
  27. Institute for Health Visiting
  28. Isle of White Council
  29. La Leche League GB
  30. London Early Years Foundation (LEYF)
  31. Local Government Association
  32. Maternal Health Alliance
  33. Mothers at Home Matter
  34. NASUWT Union
  35. National Children’s Bureau
  36. Nesta
  37. New Economics Foundation
  38. Northern Powerhouse Partnership
  39. NSPCC
  40. Nuffield Foundation
  41. Oxford Parent Infant Group
  42. PACEY
  43. Palix Foundation
  44. Parent-Infant Foundation
  45. Penelope Leach, Robin Balbernie and Sebastian Kraemer
  46. Professor Edward Melhuish
  47. Professor Eva Lloyd
  48. Professor Kathy Nutbrown
  49. Public Health England
  50. Relationship Foundation
  51. Save the Children
  52. School-Home Support
  53. SHINE Trust
  54. Stefanou Foundation
  55. Sutton Trust
  56. Southwest Neonatal Network Donor Milk Bank
  57. South Yorkshire Early Education Branch
  58. Thrive @ Five
  59. Triple P
  60. TUC
  61. Unison Union
  62. WAVE Trust
  63. What about the Children
  64. Women’s Budget Group
  65. Working Families
  66. World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative

The Early Years Commission is funded by Kindred2
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