Date: 17-05-2022

InTrans policy meeting, Copenhagen

The policy exchange is organized by the InTrans project consortium in cooperation with BUPL (Danish Union of Early Childhood and Youth Educators).

Executive Summary - Challenges and opportunities emerging from cross-national comparison



The InTrans project ultimate goal is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transitional pr

InTrans Infographics - status of early childhood care and education systems in five EU countries



The ultimate goal of the InTrans project is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transiti

InTrans Policy Baseline Reports



The ultimate goal of the InTrans project is to ensure that all children and families — especially the most vulnerable — benefit from warm and inclusive transiti

What makes me? Core Capacities for Living and Learning



This report explores how ‘core capacities’ – or cornerstones of more familiar concepts, such as life skills and competences – develop over the early part of the life course, and how they contribute to children’s personal well-being and development.

Bulgaria grows with its children: Building professional competences of the early childhood workforce



The topic of people working directly with children and families in the health, education and social work stands out when looking for sustainable solutions to challenges faced in early childhood care and education. This topic is even more important in Bulgaria given the

Date: 13-10-2021

ISSA Connects: How Can We Support Meaningful Interactions in Early Childhood Education and Care?

Henriette Heimgaertner, ISSA Board President shares the highlights from the report and tells what it is bringing to shape quality in ECEC settings.

NESET Analytical Report - Governing quality Early Childhood Education and Care in a global crisis: first lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic



The central aim of this study is to examine what measures have been taken by selected EU member states – two countries (Sweden and Croatia), as well as three regions (Flanders in Belgium, Berlin in Germany and Emilia-Romagna in Italy) – to deal with the COVID-19 crisis during the first year of th

Date: 23-06-2021

ISSA Members are at the Forefront of Innovations in the Early Years Sector in Europe

The European Commission’s ECEC webinar highlighted 7 initiatives from across Europe. ISSA or ISSA Members have been actively engaged in each of them.

Reclaiming transitions as inclusive relational spaces in times of crisis and beyond



Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic