Date: 22-07-2020

Live Contact can Never be Substituted with the Virtual One. Part 2

Interview with the executive director of ISSA member – Group for Children and Youth Indigo Tamara Simonović. Part 2. 

Date: 20-07-2020

Live Contact can Never be Substituted with the Virtual One. Part 1

Interview with the executive director of ISSA member – Group for Children and Youth Indigo Tamara Simonović. Part 1. 

Date: 15-07-2020

BLOG: Lockdown: Time to Wait or Moment of Opportunity?

A systemic approach considers reality as a complex structure and involves all the relevant actors because it aims to intervene holistically on the reality it wishes to change.

Date: 16-06-2020

Blended Learning is the Apex of Education Nowadays  

After many years of experience in the country, ISSA Member Step by Step Albania has encountered an unprecedented situation after the lockdown due to COVID-19 outbreak was announced.

Date: 04-11-2019

Empowering Romani Women in Hungary

In this blog, Partners Hungary Foundation, host of REYN Hungary, reports on how they coached five Romani women to become a caregiver in six months. 

Date: 24-10-2019

REYN Reconnected and Strategized on the Future Actions

Over 50 REYN members from 11 countries met in Zagreb, Croatia last week to strategize on how to improve the lives of young Romani children in Europe.

Date: 11-01-2019

WE'RE HIRING - ISSA Seeks Program Coordinator REYN

ISSA is hiring a Program Coordinator to support the development of the Romani Early Years Network

 

Date: 30-10-2018

NEWS - Exchanging Goods and Good Times in Slovakia

The Wide Open School is working with seriously disadvantaged people: the Roma community. They live in very poor settlements.

Date: 04-10-2018

NEWS - To most Roma Children, it was the first time outside their Settlement

The Know How Centre has worked with Roma communities for the past 6 years. This year's program however was their most successful until now: they managed to motivate and support Roma parents of 29 children to apply for kindergarten.

Date: 13-09-2018

NEWS - ISOTIS makes the case for inter-agency work

A new publication from the ISOTIS project focuses on successful inter-agency work for lower socioeconomic status, immigrant and Romani Families in Belgium, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal and the UK.