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'Early years childcare - social exclusion, marketisation, and policy' Professor Eva Lloyd OBE

'Early years childcare - social exclusion, marketisation, and policy' Professor Eva Lloyd OBE

Update: 2021-02-22
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In this podcast we talk to Professor Eva Lloyd OBE, Professor of Early Childhood in the School of Education and Communities at UEL. Eva is also Director of The International Centre for the Study of the Mixed Economy of Childcare (ICMEC).


Eva discusses social exclusion and child poverty, what looks and feels like for those who are in it. Why early years provision is treated so differently than to later educational provision in the UK. Eva looks at the history of early years childcare, Sure Start, the marketisation of childcare, and the impact children growing up with disadvantages.


Plus Eva looks opening up the debate and influencing policy in relation to childcare, and how the pandemic is impacting on early years childcare.


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'Early years childcare - social exclusion, marketisation, and policy' Professor Eva Lloyd OBE

'Early years childcare - social exclusion, marketisation, and policy' Professor Eva Lloyd OBE

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health