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Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development

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Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development. / Donaldson, Chelsea; Affolter, Friedrich; Ponguta, Liliana Angelica; Salah, Rima; Britto, Pia; Leckman, James; Connolly, Paul; Fitzpatrick, Siobhan; Walmsley, Pauline.

New York : Early Childhood Peace Consortium, 2018. 84 p.

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Harvard

Donaldson, C, Affolter, F, Ponguta, LA, Salah, R, Britto, P, Leckman, J, Connolly, P, Fitzpatrick, S & Walmsley, P 2018, Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development. Early Childhood Peace Consortium, New York. <https://ecdpeace.org/ecpc-background-paper>

APA

Donaldson, C., Affolter, F., Ponguta, L. A., Salah, R., Britto, P., Leckman, J., Connolly, P., Fitzpatrick, S., & Walmsley, P. (2018). Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development. Early Childhood Peace Consortium. https://ecdpeace.org/ecpc-background-paper

Vancouver

Donaldson C, Affolter F, Ponguta LA, Salah R, Britto P, Leckman J et al. Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development. New York: Early Childhood Peace Consortium, 2018. 84 p.

Author

Donaldson, Chelsea ; Affolter, Friedrich ; Ponguta, Liliana Angelica ; Salah, Rima ; Britto, Pia ; Leckman, James ; Connolly, Paul ; Fitzpatrick, Siobhan ; Walmsley, Pauline. / Contributions of Early Childhood Development Programming to Sustainable Peace and Development. New York : Early Childhood Peace Consortium, 2018. 84 p.

Bibtex

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