Date: 27-09-2023

REYN Early Childhood Research Study launches today


REYN Early Childhood Research Study launches today

The European REYN Early Childhood Research Study (the REYN Study) has been released today during the ISSA Connects for Learning event in Opatija, Croatia.

The REYN Study provides an examination of the status of young Roma children and their families across Europe. It is grounded in a comprehensive understanding of the multi-layered and intersectional nature of the challenges faced by young Roma children and their families. The REYN Study presents key findings from a thorough analysis of data on key areas of the lives of young Roma children and their families. These areas include family status and living conditions, health and well-being, safety and security, early learning, responsive parenting, and discrimination. For more information, visit this page.

ISSA, through the Romani Early Years Network (REYN), launches this study, which has been carried out with the support of the Open Society Foundations, and has been done in partnership with the Roma Studies Groups (CEG) at CREA – University of Barcelona.