Toy for Inclusion to hold event in the European Parliament
On February 19th, 2020, the event will present the project’s success stories of inclusion. There are no children hard to reach, rather there are tailor-made services for children. and families
TOY for Inclusion supports children and families at the margins in eight European countries. To date, 14 Play Hubs have been opened, 6400 children, 3800 adults, and 600 practitioners have participated in the Play Hub activities (in 2018 and 2019). Approximately 30% of the children, adults, and practitioners come from vulnerable groups: migrants, refugees, Roma, low income or special needs.
The event titled, “A European project to boost community-based early childhood development”, will be hosted by MEP Mrs. Tanja Fajon. EU policymakers, local authorities, civil society representatives, the TOY for inclusion partners, volunteers and practitioners will gather to discuss the project’s approach to non-formal community-based services for young children.
Read more on the REYN website.