A Good Childhood: searching for values in a competitive age
Speaker(s): Professor Judy Dunn, Professor Lord Richard Layard
Recorded on 11 February 2009 in Old Theatre, Old Building.
(We apologise for the poor audio quality, this was because of technical problem with the audio-visual system) Is childhood all it should be? Or has it been spoilt by broken homes, junk food, alcohol and exam stress? The speakers will present the findings of The Good Childhood Inquiry. Judy Dunn is professor of developmental psychology at King's College London, and was chair of The Good Childhood Inquiry. Richard Layard is director of the Well-being Programme in the LSE Centre for Economic Performance.