Girls are 1.5 times more likely than boys to be excluded from school, damaging their chances to succeed later in life. VVOB and FAWE aim to change this statistic. 


In 2017, representatives of 38 member organizations from 22 countries attended 10 Peer Learning Activities organized by the ISSA members.


This webinar has been postponed, keep an eye out here or follow @ISSA_ECD on Twitter to find the rescheduled time and date.

Join a webinar focused on responding to the ECEC needs of children of refugees and asylum seekers. The webinar marks the release of a new Migration Policy Institute report examining the challenges and successes major host countries in Europe and North America are experiencing in providing high-quality ECEC services. 


In this Member in Focus we interviewed the Director of Balkan Sunflowers Kosova (BSFK), Muhamet Arifi. Muhamet is part of the Ashkali community, an ethnic minority in Kosovo.


ISSA member Open Academy Step by Step Croatia piloted an innovative project. The model was developed during the school year 2016/2017 in six selected schools in Croatia.


The Step by Step Centre for Quality Education together with Family Centre Mala Ulica ("Litte Street"), both ISSA members in Slovenia, have developed and published a booklet for parents of children from z


ISSA member Step by Step Moldova (SbSM) has announced the start of a new project: Schools Ready for Children, with the financial support of the Pestalozzi Children’s Foundation.


We are happy to introduce three new member organizations that joined ISSA recently: VVOB – Education for Development (Belgium), Dreamland Primary School (Romania) and Know How Center (Serbia). 


The KAA Gent Foundation uses football as a way to connect children, families, and the neighbourhood.


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