ISSA member, the Centre for Education Initiatives in Latvia, offers courses on how to become a great parent.
The seminar was organized in partnership with the Association for Public Health Serbia, the Institute for Public Health Belgrade and UNICEF Serbia under the project “Support to Early Childhood Development trough strengthening capacities of home visiting system and home visiting nurses in Belgrade”.
The Ukrainian Step by Step Foundation (USSF) and UNICEF present the results of their project “Kindergarten – environment friendly to a child”. Over 2500 pedagogues working with children in war zones were trained.
Our member from Pakistan, in collaboration with the Prime Minister’s Education Reform Program (PMERP), has launched pre-primary sections in 50 public schools in rural areas of Islamabad.
ISSA member AFLATOUN started their early years programme Aflatot to strengthen the early childhood education in Ukraine. The focus on Early Childhood Education in the Ukraine has been growing and improving over the last few years, thanks to the relentless efforts of committed educators and the leadership of the Ministry of Education.
At an international event in Belgrade, the Minister of Education, science and technological development announced that quality and inclusive preschool education will be a priority.
We receive and publish a blog post written by ISSA member Associazione 21 Luglio about the tragic death of three Roma sisters in Rome, Italy.
ISSA attended the World Forum on Early Education and Care. Through the Romani Early Years Network we closely cooperate to develop the leadership benefiting the children and families from the disadvantaged groups in Europe, namely the Roma, Travellers and migrants.
Children’s vibrant curiosity about the world around them becomes evident – in their exploring fingers and rapt gaze – even before they can speak. Once the words begin to come, questions and observations tumble out at a tempo that adults find hard to keep pace with.