Date: 11-08-2022

Amazon, ISSA, and Save the Children partner to distribute story books in Ukrainian

In partnership with Save the Children and Amazon, the International Step by Step Association will distribute 195,000 copies of three children’s story books in Ukrainian, from ISSA’s Reading Corner series.

Date: 26-07-2022

ISSA and War Child join forces in new partnership initiative

War Child has partnered with ISSA to provide funding that will be used by ISSA and our Member organizations to deliver crucial psychological first aid and psychosocial support to young children and families in the countries dealing most immediately with refugees and internally displaced persons. 

Date: 18-07-2022

Training of Trainers: Foundational training on psychological first aid and trauma-informed practices

As part of ISSA's Ukraine Response, the Secretariat held two Training of Trainers (ToT) online events for trainers and resource persons from ISSA Member organizations in Ukraine, Poland, Romania Moldova, Bulgaria, and Slovakia.

Parenting on the Move: empowering parents to best support their children through migration and refugeehood



Parenting on the Move (PoM) has been developed to help parents create an environment of resilience, well-being, and education for kindergarten and school age children during situations of migration and refugeehood.

Date: 08-12-2017

Compendium of inspiring practices on migrant and refugee children in Europe

Zorica Trikic, ISSA's Senior Programme Manager attended the presentation of the report called Let Children be Children: Lessons from the Field on the Protection and Integration of Refugee and Migrant Children in Europe which was launched on December 4th, 2017. This new report, produced by Eurochild and SOS Children’s Villages, offers 16 inspiring practices that showcases how the child protection services are responding to the needs of refugee and migrant children in Europe. 

 

Date: 30-10-2015

ISSA signs call for protection of children’s rights in EU’s migration policy

In a joint statement to European Heads of State, ISSA joins 58 leading organisations in the fields of human rights, child rights, health and social inclusion, including UNICEF, OHCHR to remind them that it is their responsibility and duty to respect, protect and fulfil the rights of every child.

Date: 16-09-2015

ISSA shares thoughts on the refugee crisis

ISSA believes that diversity is a key feature of Europe.

Date: 26-05-2014

Civil society organisations call for children’s rights to be prioritized in EU asylum and migration policies

  • ISSA has joined the open letter sent to the European Council and signed by tens of NGO’s, children’s ombudspersons of Europe and the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child.