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Family and Children

Promoting Equity and Dignity for Aboriginal Children in Canada.

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Promoting Equity and Dignity for Aboriginal Children in Canada.

With this publication, IRPP continues its research program Aboriginal Quality of Life — a series of studies examining recent innovations in public policies, programs and partnerships involving Aboriginal people. This program builds on research on Aboriginal issues carried out as part of the Institute’s Art of the State III project, notably the contributions of Evelyn Peters, Joyce Green and Ian Peach, and John Richards to the 2007 IRPP volume Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada


By IRPP, Canada.


Family and Children Policy Policy Resource.


‘Ensuring the Best Start in Life

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‘Ensuring the Best Start in Life

This research program examines issues related to family policy from the perspective of lifetime investment in human capital based on in-depth empirical and analytical evidence of the strengths and weaknesses of current policies as well as evidence supporting alternative strategies. The IRPP's research in this area focuses on recent developments across the country in policies that are geared toward children.


By IRPP, Canada.


Family and children Policy Resource.


Ensuring the Best Start in Life: Targeting vs. Universality in Early Childhood Development

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Ensuring the Best Start in Life: Targeting vs. Universality in Early Childhood Development

This research program examines issues related to family policy from the perspective of lifetime investment in human capital based on in-depth empirical and analytical evidence of the strengths and weaknesses of current policies as well as evidence supporting alternative strategies. The IRPP's research in this area focuses on recent developments across the country in policies that are geared toward children.


By IRPP, Canada.


Family and children Policy Resource.


Measuring Up: Family Benefits in British Columbia and Alberta in International Perspective

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Measuring Up: Family Benefits in British Columbia and Alberta in International Perspective

March 2007. This research program examines issues related to family policy from the perspective of lifetime investment in human capital based on in-depth empirical and analytical evidence of the strengths and weaknesses of current policies as well as evidence supporting alternative strategies. The IRPP's research in this area focuses on recent developments across the country in policies that are geared towards the children. . By Paul Kershaw.


By IRPP, Canada.


Family and Children Policy Resource.