International Conference Equality and Inclusion in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on 28-29 November 2019 welcomes professionals, policymakers and researchers.


The EDUCAS Project shared the results from focus groups aimed at understanding how parents and staff perceive ECEC spaces.


EDUCAS focus groups aimed at better understanding parent and practitioner ideas about ECEC spaces. In Italy, several commonalties emerged.


The value of a holistic approach in ECEC is highlighted by four focus groups carried out between the two centers in Belgium under the EDUCAS Project.


Mary Immaculate College is a University-level College of Education and the Liberal Arts, academically linked with the University of Limerick. 


A registered voluntary organization Early Childhood Development Association of Malta aims to strengthen the knowledge, skills and abilities of all those involved in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and to ensure a high quality program for all young children.


Why is the sense of belonging to the community so important? How does it affect the well-being of children, their development and learning? These and the other questions will be answered during the conference Building Community – Power of Human Connection which will be held on 22-25.08.2019 in Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Early childhood education and care is increasingly acknowledged as providing the foundations for lifelong learning and development. The second edition of Key Data on Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe charts the progress made in the key quality areas identified in the Council Recommendation on High Quality ECEC Systems.


EDUCAS Project researchers work toward strategies for professional development paths for ECEC staff and improve the organization of spaces in ECEC environments within an educare approach.


Save the date for the international conference on equality and inclusion that will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on the 28th and 29th of November 2019.