Investing in futures: a critical view of options for early intervention and prevention in indigenous communities.
Current thinking about intervention increasingly accepts the premise that early childhood experience crucially determines health and wellbeing and the attainment of competences at later ages, and that investment in the early years will be reflected in improved education, employment, and even national productivity. While this logic in itself appears unassailable, and is for many outcomes backed by strong research evidence, decisions about just what deserves public investment are complex. For...[Show more]
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