ELCC Expert Panel

The Honourable Jean‑Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development launched yesterday a call for nominations for the Expert Panel on Early Learning and Child Care to support the implementation of the Multilateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework, and the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework. Members of the Committee are expected to have in-depth discussions on issues related to early learning and child care information, data and research. Specifically, the panel’s role will be to provide advice in developing an early learning and child care data and research strategy that could include the identification of priority areas and innovative approaches.


The news release can be accessed here:


The Panel is expected to be comprised of up to 10 members, with a mandate that would last 24 months. Interested individuals can apply here:


In order to be considered, applicants must have knowledge of, and experience with, early learning and child care in one of the following areas:

  • Academia
  • Service delivery (for example, service providers, early learning and child care workforce, parents)
  • Leaders and Social Actors (for example, foundations, representatives from Indigenous groups, etc.)
  • International expertise (for example, international academics or researchers on early learning and child care)


The call for nominations will be open until December 14, 2018

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