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Partners Hungary Foundation
We want to contribute to the development of a multi-cultural, tolerant society that lives in harmony with its environment and nature, and which is able to integrate the values of different cultures both on an individual and societal level. We want to create a society in which there are structures available for the establishment of equal opportunities.
Strategic Sectors of Intervention
1. Democracy building and conflict resolution
2. Roma integration through the development of local communities and public services
3. Supporting Gender equality
4. Building bridges between sectors – supporting CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
5. Development, design and implementation of different training programs
Thirty Trainers Receive Psychological First Aid Training in Budapest
From April 3-5, 2023, International Step by Step Association (ISSA) staff and trainers from ISSA member organizations in...
ISSA Members are at the Forefront of Innovations in the Early Years Sector in Europe
The European Commission’s ECEC webinar “Working with families and the whole community” last week highlighted 7 initiatives from across...
Knowledge in the Hands of Users: Creative Ways of Sharing Early Childhood Matters
After a successful pilot in 2019, for a second year in a row, the ISSA Secretariat supported the dissemination of
TOY for Inclusion organizes successful event at the EU Parliament
“I strongly believe that social inclusion starts with young children and their eagerness to play,” posts Slovenian MEP Tanja Fajon on Twitter...
NEWS - TOY for Inclusion Wins Lifelong Learning Award 2018
We are delighted to announce that our project TOY for Inclusion has received the Lifelong Learning Awards 2018 in early December....
NEWS - Pervasive School Bullying causes Serious Damage to Society
Against School Aggression Project has released a vision document with recommendations against bullying for anyone...
Workshop about the effects of segregated education of Roma children
An international workshop and meeting on the segregated education of Roma children will be hosted in Budapest January 25th- 26th. The event will...
International Conference to focus on transforming the future of Early Childhood Development
ISSA and Members: Promoting inclusion of Romani children – through TOY
Combatting segregation of young Romani children and enhancing social cohesion of local communities are the core principles of TOY for Inclusion...
Joint statement: Remove systemic barriers to tackle the Roma public health emergency
Europe is facing a Roma public health emergency: We, the undersigned organisations are extremely concerned about...
Resources and practices
Group reflection as a motor for high-quality educational practice. An inspirational travel guide for practitioners and leaders in ECEC and primary schools
This Guide will help you get familiar with the collaborative reflective practices of educators working in Early Childhood Education Centres (ECEC)...
Toolkit to bring play and inclusion to refugees living in remote communities
Mobile Play Hubs are a more flexible and immediate response to...
Handout for Persona Doll - for practitioners
This handout presents in brief the Persona Dolls methodology and provides a brief and concise overview of how we can create a doll with...
Supporting Social and Emotional Well-Being of Children in Early Childhood Education and Care through Team Reflection
These Guidelines are the outcome of the second part of the SEED project, during which a group reflection pathway, called WANDA1, was piloted with...
The WANDA Method: Overview and Steps Forward
This resource summarizes the contents of the Peer Learning Activity (PLA) among ISSA members during 5 years, which focused on the WANDA...