Report commissioned to Network Impact, with support from the Open Society Foundations’ Early Childhood Program and Porticus. With case studies from each network, it shows how ISSA and the networks on other continents leverage their network mechanisms to bring about changes that impact children, families and those who work in the early years. The report also has a special section on the imperative for ECD networks in COVID-19 response and recovery.


The first months and years of life lay the foundations for children’s physical, social and emotional development.


We interviewed Christopher Goodman, Program Manager at Jacobs Foundation, about their partnership with ISSA and our member organization in Romania – the Step by Ste Center for Education and Professional Development


PARENT brings a gender-synchronised approach (Program P) aiming to tackle the challenges of prevention and eradication of violence against women and children, by engaging men in co-responsible parenting and caregiving and promoting an equal share of unpaid care work.


With great sadness we share the news that that a beloved and treasured member of our network, Tatjana Pavlovski, has passed away. 


New Guidebook and Toolkit in Greek and English aim to support nursery and kindergarten teachers in refugee  camps and beyond. Both of the resources are made based on the experiences from  working with refugee and migrant children in Greece.


90 children, 3 to 6 years old from Belgium, Italy and Lithuania were asked to draw their favourite space of the school.


The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many unprecedented challenges for grassroots organizations and the communities they serve, especially those living in vulnerable and adverse context. The shock caused by this crisis is incomparable in terms of speed, scope, and intensity.


The Early Childhood Workforce Initiative launches the brand new User's Guide for the Home Visiting Workforce Needs Assessment Tool today.


TOY for Inclusion partners are handing the microphone to those who are working in the Play Hubs. 
Learn about the work of the Play Hub coordinators in 8 countries.