Partnerships and Initiatives for Intergenerational Impact
itotheN Attends the International Congress on Evidence-based Parenting Support (I-CEPS)
June 6-8, 2023
The International Congress on Evidence-based Parenting Support (I-CEPS) is a ground-breaking global initiative to advance research, policy, and practice in the field of parenting and family intervention for more successful societies. The theme of the 2023 I-CEPS is promoting well-being and health globally through effective parenting support. Explore themes like "Impact of Parenting on Child and Family Well-being", "Global Perspectives on Evidence-based Parenting Support", and "Flexible Service Delivery in Diverse Caregiving Contexts". The congress is an initiative of the Australia-based Parenting and Family Research Alliance (PAPFRA). Register for the congress here.
itotheN establishes partnership with the Impact Her World Foundation in Nigeria
Impact Her World Foundation formerly known as Rural Literacy Initiative is a Nigeria-based organization focused on promoting and improving the wellbeing of women and girls, protecting the rights of women and empowering them to actualize full potential in their diverse areas of personal and socioeconomic development. itotheN and IHWF are joining forces to build a global network of mothers for sustainable development. Stay tuned!
itotheN joins the World Association of Infant Mental Health
WAIMH's mission promotes education, research, and study of the effects of mental, emotional and social development during infancy on later normal and psychopathological development through international and interdisciplinary cooperation, publications, affiliate associations, and through regional and biennial congresses devoted to scientific, educational, and clinical work with infants and their caregivers.
itotheN partners with Moms Rising to demand care infrastructure in U.S. Congress
itotheN joined forces with MomsRising, the #CareCantWait coalition and over one hundred allied organizations including Zero to Three, Institute for Women's Policy Research, and Oxfam America, to lead a powerful unprecedented action: the first ever #Momibuster. Moms, parents, caregivers, care workers, and leaders from all over the U.S.A. turned the tables on Congress by holding an online filibuster that works for us – a MOMibuster – to demand care infrastructure policies that work for families, including child care and pre-K, home- and community-based services, maternal health equity policies, monthly Child Tax Credit check, paid family/medical leave, and more.
itotheN joins the Global Mental Health Action Network
With more than 2000 members from academia, governments, international organisations, NGOs and the private sector, from over 110 countries, the Global Mental Health Action Network (GMHAN) is the world's leading advocacy network for better global mental health. itotheN is excited to be a part of the Child & Youth Working Group to collaborate with organizations around the world on the emotional well-being of today's children and future generations.
itotheN is proud to be among the 1,500 organizations that signed the U.S. National Collaborative For Infants And Toddlers' Open Letter to the Nation
itotheN is proud to be among the 1,500 (and counting) organizations that have signed the National Collaborative For Infants And Toddlers' Open Letter to the Nation, which lays out a vision to secure the futures of our youngest children, focused on the following priorities:
💛 Economic Security for All
💛 High-quality, Affordable Child Care
💛 Comprehensive Family Supports
💛 Maternal and Child Health
💛 Equitable Policy Implementation
itotheN co-sponsors the U.S. National Movement to Prevent Trauma and Foster Resilience
Organized by the Campaign for Trauma-informed Policy and Practice, the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives, and PACEs Connection, the Building a National Movement to Prevent Trauma and Foster Resilience: Workshop Series brings experts from sectors across the country to accelerate the movement by providing stakeholders, advocates and practitioners with the tools necessary to encourage and assist systems in every community in integrating trauma-informed, resilience-focused, and healing-centered approaches and principles into their daily operations.