early childhood research

  Sometimes complicated times, call for a simple message. These are my daughter's two favourite badges from our range :)

Sometimes complicated times, call for a simple message. These are my daughter's two favourite badges from our range :)

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To celebrate individuality

To prevent gender bullying

To challenge the idea that all girls and boys are all the same

To teach kids to accept their friends as they are

To give modern parents a tool to talk to kids about gender

To give Early Childhood Educators a tool to talk about diversity

To develop girls sense that they are strong and capable

To expressly honour boys feelings and their right to express them

 

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Children are able to ‘self-socialise’, which means that children’s books and toys … influence how children think about themselves in the world.
From two years old, children begin forming concepts of gender and gender difference. By age five, children develop their gender identity and become aware of gender differences and by seven, children are developing rigid ideas of gender.
— Victorian State Government, WOMEN VICTORIA VIC.GOV.AU
People’s attitudes to gender equality have significant impacts on their attitudes to violence against women.
— NATIONAL COMMUNITY ATTITUDES SURVEY, Victorian Health Promotion Agency
  Nelly seen here wearing the  GPAN  (Good People Act Now) jumper. She is proud to have done some work with GPAN - a group of young people in Melbourne's North committed to ending Family Violence through gender equity.

Nelly seen here wearing the GPAN (Good People Act Now) jumper. She is proud to have done some work with GPAN - a group of young people in Melbourne's North committed to ending Family Violence through gender equity.