Date: 23-06-2022

The next stage of life: addressing the changing needs of Ukrainian refugee children and parents

In an effort to respond to the growing needs of childcare for Ukrainian refugees, Fundacja Rozwoju Dzieci (FRD) has set the ambitious and critical goal of opening 100 childcare centers in 100 days.

Date: 23-06-2022

Sharing and learning: Advice from the war in Nagorno-Karabakh

The “Step by Step” Benevolent Foundation is supporting ISSA Members in countries receiving Ukrainian refugees by sharing the experience and resources that they developed during the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Date: 14-06-2022

Overcoming psychological trauma through art therapy

As part of their emergency response, the Ensemble Pour l'Éducation de la Petite Enfance appealed to psychologists and art therapists to host art therapy workshops for Ukrainian families.

Date: 19-04-2022

AMURTEL Romania provides psychological first aid to refugee children and parents

ISSA Member, the Neohumanist Education Association, works to build the capacity to provide psychological first aid at Romanian's border with Ukraine.

Date: 14-04-2022

Partners Hungary: supporting Ukrainian refugee children and families

Erzsi Nagy from ISSA Member Partners Hungary Alapítvány shares how she has been helping Ukrainian refugees in Hungary.

Date: 13-04-2022

Bulgarian advocates raise awareness about the importance of ECD amid refugee wave

For Our Children Foundation and Trust for Social Achievement are adapting their work to respond to the needs of families and children fleeing Ukraine.

Date: 13-04-2022

Advocacy efforts in Romania continue while war deepens inequities

Step by Step Center for Education and Professional Development has made enormous efforts to address the needs of refugee children and families entering Romania from Ukraine.

Online Education for Children of Ukraine



Children’s education must go on! A new online platform is supporting families and children affected by the war in Ukraine to easily access distance learning.

Multilingual early childhood education and care for young refugee children



This is the Toolbox of the Erasmus+ project Multilingual early childhood education and care for young refugee children.

Date: 14-03-2022

Call open for funds to support children and families displaced from Ukraine

ISSA Member, Refugee Trauma Initiative (RTI) has opened a call for organizations who are responding to meet the needs of recently displaced communities from Ukraine.