Innocenti Research Briefs Gender-Transformative Pre-Primary Education: Addressing gender inequalities through early years education Published: 2022 Innocenti Research Briefs Access to pre-primary education has increased significantly in the past two decades and, as of today, boys and girls are participating equally. However, despite this gender parity in access, the pre-primary education system does not always deliver on its potential to tackle gender inequalities and address harmful gender stereotypes and norms. In particular, children begin to gain insight into certain cultural gender stereotypes as early as the ages of two and three. There is, therefore, a need to proactively incorporate gender-responsive and gender-transformative strategies into the design and implementation of pre-primary education systems to address gender inequalities. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 6 | Thematic area: Early Childhood, Education | Tags: early childhood, early childhood development, early childhood education, gender equality, gender issues × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION 2022 Gender-Transformative Pre-Primary Education: Addressing gender inequalities through early years education. , pp. 6.