ISSA welcomes four new members
ISSA is proud to announce that four organizations have joined our association as new members. They are welcome additions to the ISSA community of early childhood experts and we look forward to working with them to deliver high quality early years services equitably. From the Netherlands we welcome the Netherlands Youth Institute: the national institute for compiling, verifying and disseminating knowledge on children and youth matters, such as child abuse, youth work, youth care and parenting support in the Netherlands. Learn more about the NYI here. From the city of Ghent in Belgium, we welcome the center De Sloep, dedicated to give support and new educational opportunities to families with children at risk from 0 to 6 years. From Sarajevo, ISSA welcomes the association “Society of United Initiatives” who’s training programs focus on inclusive education for parents, teachers and community representatives. Lastly, our new member Trust for Social Achievement promotes and supports initiatives to help increase the self-sufficiency of Bulgarian families in need. Together with these new members, ISSA’s learning community accounts for 66 organisations from all over the world.