About SJIEC

Social Justice In Early Childhood (SJIEC) is a not for profit, politically active organisation working for social justice issues pertaining to the lives of children. It’s members consist of early childhood teachers and educators, consultants, academics, researchers, managers, community people, and those generally interested in the rights of children. The group is Sydney based with national and international members.

SJIEC runs an annual conference titled “Throwing the baby out with the bathwater”, and other affordable professional learning opportunities. In 2017, the inaugural Anti-Bias Awards were presented and the annual award is now announced at the conference each July. Our activist work includes a range of political campaigns. Lobbying across political parties is central to the group’s success.

The Anti-Bias Approach in Early Childhood

This 3rd edition of The Anti-Bias Approach in Early Childhood is a celebration! This edition revisits and builds upon the content from the two previous editions to include research and practice that has shaped early childhood over the past 15 years. The pages of this edition hold the stories of the original editor – Elizabeth Dau along with many of the original contributors. Also nestled in these pages are the stories of over 50 early childhood educators who share their powerful stories of anti-bias curriculum approaches. The content of this book is essential to everyone in the early childhood community as we work together to make children’s lives beautiful and inclusive in pursuit of a fair and equitable world.

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