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A newly launched strategy and delivery plan outlines how the Welsh Assembly Government aims to tackle poverty in Wales.

Campaigners have welcomed a pledge by the new coalition Government to end the detention of children in immigration centres.

Childcare provision is expected to be a hot issue in the coming elections in Canada, a country that currently has a hung parliament, says Helen Penn.

Childcare providers are being surveyed on how local authorities have been consulting with them on the Early Years Single Funding Formula.

As the goal of uniting care and education for young children remains elusive, Professor Peter Moss looks at the progress of steps towards it in countries around the world.

Despite the achievement of the current UK Government in reducing child poverty levels during the first part of the last decade, and introducing fiscal programmes to help low-income families, child poverty levels are back on the increase.

Politicians from the major political parties have been urged to confirm their commitment to the Early Years Professional Status qualification by Aspect, the children's services union.

The Montessori Schools Association (MSA) has set up a helpline for nurseries struggling to understand how the new rules for the free entitlement for three- and four-year-olds will affect them when the Code of Practice comes into force in September.

'Father engagement' should be included in Ofsted's inspection framework for early years services and schools, says the Fatherhood Institute in its response to the Government's families green paper.

With just one week to go before the General Election, we assess the mood of the early years sector and ask the three main political parties to explain their policies

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