The Novi Sad Intersectorial Network for Children - NSMEDE



Novi Sad Intersectorial Network for Children (NSMEDE) is a local inter-sectorial network aiming to provide a strategic and systematic framework for improving the position of children in Novi Sad. Through the establishment of a flexible model of inter-sectorial cooperation among actors at the local level, the practice works to develop an optimal environment for the development of all children. Activities are tailored to the specific needs of children in the community. The Network merges members' resources into an integrated, structured system of cooperation.

Flexibility in childcare



This book is one of the main outputs from the PACE (Providing Access to Childcare and Employment) project.

Policy recommendations for strengthening integration in early childhood systems



These Policy Recommendations were written under the INTESYS Project, Erasmus+ Key Action 3 pilot project implemented in four European countries (Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia).

Date: 16-04-2019

NEWS - Achievements of the INTESYS Consortium and Pathways Forward

What has the INTESYS consortium achieved? What lies ahead on the journey toward integrated services?

Date: 13-02-2019

NEWS - The INTESYS project is coming to a close, what are the outcomes?

Ahead of the INTESYS Consortium's closing conference in April, the INTESYS consortium is releasing some highlights from their evaluation.

Early Childhood Development in Bulgaria: A Study on Systems Supporting Early Childhood Development



This research study from Bulgaria documents how healthcare, social, and education systems in the country organize and encourage early childhood development.

Date: 09-01-2019

ARTICLE - It takes a System to Achieve Quality in Early Childhood Services

Dr. Mihaela Ionescu, Program Director at ISSA, wrote an inspiring article on the pivotal role of systems in improving the quality of early childhood services. An extract:

Date: 09-10-2018

NEWS - INTESYS Increases Cooperation in Early Years Services - Part 9

INTESYS shows we are stronger together when striving toward goals.

Date: 05-10-2018

NEWS - Documentation Study on ISSA’s Work on Quality Improvement

A Systemic Approach to Quality in Early Childhood Services for children from 3 to 10 years of age.

 

INTESYS Toolkit: Towards Integrated Early Childhood Education and Care Systems – Building the Foundations



An extended literature review, interviews with stakeholders from more than 20 countries in Europe and the piloting experiences from Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia have contributed to the development of the innovative toolkit Towards Integrated Early Childhood Education and Care Systems – B