Early Childhood Development (ECD) does not take place in a vacuum. It is constantly shaped by the multitude of political factors in any given area. For this reason, the Early Childhood Workforce Initiative (ECWI) and Research for Development (R4D), in partnership with International Child Development Initiatives (ICDI) held a webinar on ECD practice as a political activity. The webinar explores the meaning of early childhood activism in various political, geographical, and cultural contexts, as well as the importance of advocacy and positive change in the early childhood profession. It is primarily intended for practitioners, leaders, and lecturers teaching leadership, early years, family work, and social policy. It also benefits those representing the interests of the early childhood workforce at national and international levels. Watch this interesting discussion here.