Date: 17-05-2022

InTrans policy meeting, Copenhagen

The policy exchange is organized by the InTrans project consortium in cooperation with BUPL (Danish Union of Early Childhood and Youth Educators).

Date: 17-05-2022

DiversityPlus project meeting, Leiden

As a partner of the DiversityPlus project, ISSA hosted a two-day transnational meeting in its Leiden office on Thursday, 12 and Friday 13 May.

Executive Summary - Challenges and opportunities emerging from cross-national comparison



The InTrans project ultimate goal is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transitional pr

InTrans Infographics - status of early childhood care and education systems in five EU countries



The ultimate goal of the InTrans project is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transiti

InTrans Policy Baseline Reports



The ultimate goal of the InTrans project is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transiti

Let's Learn Without Borders!



The project "Let's Learn without Borders" was created by the Ukrainian Institute of Education Development (UIED) in response to the current crisis in Ukraine.

Date: 28-03-2022

Educational opportunities for Roma parents are having a positive impact on their children

ISSA Member NGO KHAM shares how their Roma adult education program is having a positive impact on their children.

Date: 24-03-2022

Resources to help Ukrainian children continue their education

ISSA and the Ukrainian Step by Step Foundation have developed a flyer to share educational resources for children and families.

Online Education for Children of Ukraine



Children’s education must go on! A new online platform is supporting families and children affected by the war in Ukraine to easily access distance learning.

Date: 08-11-2021

For Our Children has Published “Bulgaria Grows with its Children” Study

Recent European studies show that quality of education and care in the early childhood depends on the presence of a professional and competent workforce.