Marking International Roma Day, the Romani Early Years Network, an intiative of ISSA, brings attention to an often-overlooked segment of the European population — young Roma children.


Six Early Childhood professionals working with Roma and marginalized children in Hungary were recognized during REYN Award 2022 that took place at the end of the last year.


In Bulgaria, ISSA Member For Our Children Foundation coordinated the training of 103 early years professionals in psychological first aid.


Recently, six ISSA Members joined a Primokiz training in Romania. The Step by Step Center for Quality in Education shares the network benefit of this workshop.


In February 2023, ISSA trainers and teams from countries already implementing the Primokiz approach provided a training to four additional ISSA Member organizations on the Primokiz methodology.


Since 2020, the InTrans consortium has sown the seeds to enable warm and inclusive transitional practice in ECEC and school.


On behalf of the First Years, First Priority national campaign coalition, ISSA Member, For Our Children Foundation urged the Bulgarian government to focus on developing an integrated system for ECEC.


CIP-Center for Interactive Pedagogy’s ready-to-use program provides materials to nurture wellbeing and resilience for families in migration.


A recent meeting hosted in Zagreb, Croatia brought PIQET partners together to discuss the trajectory of the project.


ISSA Member Centro per la Salute del Bambino, presents practical approaches to integrating nurturing care in Italy’s primary health care services.