22-11-2021

Last week, the partners of the Diversity+ project spent two days in Bratislava for the first in-person Transnational Partners Meeting warmly hosted by a project partner and ISSA Member Skola Do

08-11-2021

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

28-10-2021

The Diversity+ project provides ECEC professionals, managers and practitioners with governance, benchmarking, recognition and professionalization tools to help them transform their practice and open up to diversity that exists among children and families.

22-10-2021

Flóra Bascó shares why the Resiliency+ Framework is so relevant in these times and what participants will take away from her session during the online event ISSA Connects for Learning.

13-10-2021

Henriette Heimgaertner, ISSA Board President shares the highlights from the report and tells what it is bringing to shape quality in ECEC settings.

12-10-2021

In her interview, VBJK senior researcher Nima Sharmahd shares the highlights from the NESET report and tells why it was important to have it now. 

10-09-2021

Over the past three years, the EDUCAS project has been working to contribute to creating child and family friendly learning spaces in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) centres. The project consortium has published the following seven resources during the project to help professionals create ECEC environments that support children’s development holistically.

02-09-2021

Artevelde University of Applied Science provided concrete tools in their Peer Learning Activity aimed at highlighting the importance of cross-sectoral collaboration and implementing a whole-family approach in early childhood services.

09-08-2021

Over the last few weeks, we have witnessed a massive mobilization of the Roma minority in Europe standing against injustice and the devastating outcomes of antigypsyism.

23-07-2021

Many recent neurological studies have shown that violent and malicious educational practices impact a child’s emotional development and self-esteem. Questioning, defining, and understanding them in order modify our reactions becomes essential. This is the topic addressed in the Peer Learning Activity (PLA)* entitled Gentle violence and ordinary educational violence: Tackling the issue and fostering children’s development of self-esteem and identity.