Date: 16-05-2024

My Dad's Journey - Engaging Men in Nurturing Care

ISSA proudly presents "My Dad's Journey," an endearing animated short film that underscores the indispensable role fathers play in nurturing their children. 

Date: 15-05-2024

Webinar: Fathers matter, too! Supporting men's engagement in young children's care and development

This webinar introduced the Engaging Men in Nurturing Care initiative, active across Italy, Portugal, and Spain. You may find the webinar recording and materials here.

BE KINDER: unravelling paths to address gender stereotypes in education and early childhood



This book brings together some of the KINDER project’s key contributions to the construction of a transformative and gender-sensitive education.

Supporting the collaboration between ECEC core and assisting practitioners: Experiences of contextual professional development in two Portuguese pilot schools



In this report we present a description and reflection of the learning path carried out in Portugal, by the teams of Lisbon and Santarém.

Value Roadmap: Pathways towards strengthening collaboration in early childhood



The ambition of this roadmap is to inspire you, as a reader, to strengthen collaboration between assisting and core practitioners in ECEC.

Supporting the collaboration between ECEC core and assisting practitioners: endline report of the VALUE project in four countries



In this VALUE endline report, the following question is examined: How can continuous professional development (CPD) strengthen professional identity, holistic approaches to educational work (educare) and cooperation between core and assisting practitioners working within the field of Early Childh

PINN - Report of 4th Learning Exchange Visit



The fourth and final International Learning Exchange Visit of the crossnational EU PINN Project, took place virtually on 2, 3 and 4 November 2020. Our goal for this learning exchange visit was to get a better understanding of the role maternity services and parenting support play in prevention an

Policy recommendations for strengthening integration in early childhood systems



These Policy Recommendations were written under the INTESYS Project, Erasmus+ Key Action 3 pilot project implemented in four European countries (Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia).

Together Old and Young: a Training Manual for Intergenerational Learning Activities



Launched in 2012, the TOY project (Together Old and Young) is about bringing young children, up to 9 years old, together with older people for them to meet, get to know each other, learn and have fun.