Date: 15-03-2023

InTrans project - Achievements to enable smooth and inclusive early years' transitions

Since 2020, the InTrans consortium has sown the seeds to enable warm and inclusive transitional practice in ECEC and school.

Date: 06-10-2022

Meet new ISSA Member: Transcarpathian Regional Charitable Fund "Blaho"

Transcarpathian Regional Charitable Fund "Blaho" is a Non-Governmental Organization established in 2003 based in Ukraine.

Date: 06-10-2022

Meet new ISSA Member: NestingPlay

Based in Hungary, NestingPlay is a social enterprise that focuses on empowering adults to support children with developmental delays through play.

"Let's Play" Activity Cards - Play-based activities for healing and learning



"Let's Play" Activity Cards - Play-based activities for healing and learning

Date: 12-09-2022

ISSA contributes to European Commission’s proposal on revision of the Barcelona Targets

The proposed revision to the Barcelona targets aims to close the gender employment gap, while enhancing the social and cognitivdevelopment of children — particularly those in vulnerable situations or from disadvantaged backgrounds.

ECD activity cards



ECD activity cards 

Date: 19-07-2022

SAVE THE DATE: A series of webinars on 'Challenging the split system in early childhood care and education'

Two webinars (with translation in English, French and Italian) sharing experiences from Belgium, Italy, France and the Netherlands.

Date: 17-05-2022

InTrans Exchange Week: an encouraging meeting for seeds of change in ECEC systems

The policy exchange 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 seven 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