Event Information

Start Date:2017/03/09
Start Time:12:00pm
End Time:4:30pm
Location:YWCA Toronto
87 Elm Street
Toronto, ON

Improving neighbourhood settings to promote child and family well-being outcomes

The neighbourhood in which a child grows-up can greatly influence their developmental outcomes and opportunities for success. Understanding how to build effective structures and systems within those communities is therefore critical for the long term health and well-being of children and their families.

 


IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:

SUPPORTED BY:

 

 

Upcoming Events

A New Approach to State Fragility

Jun 28

The British Academy London

Related Ideas

Canada remains 7th in World Happiness Report rankings

The 2018 report also ranks where immigrants are happiest Canada remains the seventh happiest country in the world, according to...

News | Successful Societies

Poverty, ethics and discrimination: How culture plays into cognitive research

Cognitive psychology examines how people view the world and what drives them to behave a certain way. These everyday decisions...

Case Study | Child & Brain Development | Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being

The Value in Assessing the Impact of Knowledge Mobilization Activities

On June 4th, 2015, CIFAR convened a roundtable with Dr. Charles Nelson and Toronto-area community and government leaders to discuss...

News | Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being

Akerlof, Helliwell appointed CIFAR Distinguished Fellows

The CIFAR Board of Directors appointed economists George Akerlof and John Helliwell as CIFAR Distinguished Fellows at its meeting June...