03-03-2020

The European Parliament has been advocating for the introduction of a Child Guarantee that would help to alleviate poverty and social exclusion for children in Europe.

26-02-2020

ISSA conducts a qualitative study to inform and guide the development of a framework to strengthen the capacity of parent and child health nurses in Israel to support parents.

24-02-2020

“I strongly believe that social inclusion starts with young children and their eagerness to play,” posts Slovenian MEP Tanja Fajon on Twitter, after the recent Pop-Up Museum she hosted at the European Parliament.

21-02-2020

This week, the partners of the EDUCAS project spent three days in Ghent and Bruges for a Transnational Learning Activity. The meeting brought together project partners from Lithuania, Italy, and Belgium, as well as Zorica Trikic, Senior Program Manager at ISSA.

13-02-2020

Following the successful implementation of the 'Primokiz approach' in Switzerland, Germany, and currently under implementation in Romania, the Jacobs Foundation and ISSA are teaming up again, this time in Slovenia.

05-02-2020

On February 19th, 2020, the event will present the project’s success stories of inclusion. There are no children hard to reach, rather there are tailor-made services for children and families.

04-02-2020

ISSA Member Kind en Gezin from Belgium is committed to creating opportunities for every child, wherever and however it was born and raised. Children’s rights and respect for diversity are the organization’s guiding principles.

28-01-2020

The Early Childhood Workforcce Iniatives looks toward building a stronger ECD knowledge hub and disseminating the Home Visiting Workforce Needs Assessment Tool.

22-01-2020

UNICEF Kyrgyzstan Country Office is seeking an institution to undertake a consultancy to conduct a Situation Analysis on Children and Adolescents with Disabilities and Participatory Analysis of the Early Identification and Early Intervention Program in Kyrgyzstan.

16-01-2020

For over 25 years, the Step by Step Program, flagship initiative for Early Childhood Education reform of the Open Society Foundations, has implemented a democratic child-centered classroom approach where families and children are placed at the heart of the pedagogical practice. Now, you can learn more in the newly released guidebook.