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The current sanitary crisis forces us to confront reality, to put science back into everyday life, to develop curiosity for the world around us.  Science is making progress, but the use of these discoveries can also lead to new risks. It raises questions which are 
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Every child has the right to early childhood education, and disability should not rob them of it. Multiple studies show the advantages of an inclusive education from a very early stage. Children with disabilities learn like any other child, by participating in functional activities, by 
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What is music? For many years, around mid 20th century, knowing about music meant being able to read a score, performing a repertoire in an instrument like the piano or the violin, or singing tonal melodies in a three-four time. However, during the 50s and 
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verything that happens in society has consequences for children, that is why all the 17 goals in Agenda 2030 are related to children’s survival, wellbeing, and learning – their future lives. In early childhood education, which is the focus of OMEP’s work, we cannot deal with everything, but we
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‘The Committee interprets the right to education during early childhood as beginning at birth and closely linked to young children’s right to maximum development’. If we take this statement by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child as[1] [2] [3]  a starting point, where might 
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OMEP has been working worldwide for the realization of human rights in early childhood for over 70 years. Its members have always been convinced that education constitutes the essential tool to achieve this goal. This is why we devote our work to increase accessibility to 
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