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.

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.

Assessment as Dialogue - Twenty Inspiring Practices from Classrooms and Schools Across Europe



The Learning for Well-being Foundation, the European Council of Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) and the Hungarian Waldorf Federation, in an Erasmus+ project collected stories from classrooms and schools across Europe demonstrating alternatives to the exam factory.

Let's Learn Without Borders!



The project "Let's Learn without Borders" was created by the Ukrainian Institute of Education Development (UIED) in response to the current crisis in Ukraine.

Date: 28-03-2022

Educational opportunities for Roma parents are having a positive impact on their children

ISSA Member NGO KHAM shares how their Roma adult education program is having a positive impact on their children.

Together Old and Young



The purpose of the Together Old and Young (TOY) Programme is to promote intergenerational learning and to create new possibilities for older adults and young children to learn together and benefit from each others’ company. People are living longer but older adults and young children are having less and less contact with each other. Parents and grandchildren are migrating to cities and countries far away from grandparents. For many grandparents, it is also sometimes difficult to keep in touch with grandchildren.

Childeas - Tiny Little Thoughts



With the project “ZAMISLICE” (CHILDEAS – Tiny Little Thoughts), ISSA member from Slovenia, Mala Ulica  wished to acquaint all new parents with the importance of early interactions. They provided parents with a pendant that can also serve as a pram mobile – a small, but important gadget that offers 30 handy cards with ideas for simple activities with babies which promote the child's overall development, anywhere, any time. In addition to description of a concrete activity, each card contains a brief explanation of why this activity is important and how it will foster child development.