Quality of Childhood at the European Parliament, on Tuesday March 5th, 2019

Helping, sharing, collaborating… are not words generally associated with adolescents.  Drawing on insightful new neurocognitive research, however, Professor Eveline Crone – winner of the Spinoza Prize, the highest scientific award in the Netherlands – will highlight the potential for learning and social-affective engagement during adolescence that can be effectively supported if understood.

Organized by the Alliance for Childhood European Network Group and the Learning for Well-being Foundation, this QoC session, taking place from 12.30-14.30, will be followed immediately by a more intimate ‘Post QoC’ discussion with the speaker hosted by L4WB-F.

If you wish to attend this inspiring talk and sharing of experiences, please do send an email to Michiel Matthes.