Societies across the globe are experiencing rapid changes which affect children, their families and the practitioners working alongside them. Living as we do in a more interconnected and interdependent world, the stability of our economies and societies are impacted by factors beyond our borders; the effects of conflict, climate change and epidemics in once remote countries can now have repercussions in local communities.
A consortium of Italian foundations, under the auspices of the Transatlantic Forum on Inclusive Early Years, united during the 3rd National Conference "Integrated systems and multilingualism"on January 27th 2016. Program Director, Mihaela Ionescu, represented ISSA.
The editors are seeking papers describing teacher's daily work and the academic and social successes achieved with their students in challenging teaching and learning environments.
ISSA is happy to announce its newest member NGO KHAM DELCHEVO from Macedonia.
NGO KHAM is a civic association which assists by informing, educating and influencing policies and the provision of services that help Roma people and other marginalized groups assert their rights to health care and to ensure a better education and economic status.
“Reaching and Investing in Children at the Margins” was the title of the event co-hosted by ISSA and the Open Society Foundations in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences’ Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally, in Prague, November.
CEE/CIS Regional Training of Master Trainers - Training Home Visitors to Support Families for Child Health, Development and Protection
ISSA is pleased to report that in partnership with UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS, two parallel, five-day “Training of Master Trainers in the regional ECD Resource Modules for Home Visitors”, in both Russian and English, were successfully delivered in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia.
In partnership with Universal Education Foundation (the Netherlands), Compagnia di San Paolo (Italy), Emanuela Zancan Foundation (Italy), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal), Aga Khan Foundation (Portugal), VBJK (Belgium) and Pedagogical Institute (Slovenia), from autumn this year, ISSA will be part of a European consortium to implement a Forward Looking Cooperation Project under the Erasmus+, Key Action 3: Support for policy reform.
ISSA and the Results for Development Institute are happy announce this new global initiative focusing on the Early Childhood workforce.