• No more lost Romani and Traveller children

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    Did you know that only half of Romani children go to kindergarten?

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    All equal

    Quality education is the road to equal development and opportunities.

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    TOY for Inclusion
    What Works Guide

    The TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs offer integrated services to Romani and
    migrant families. Need one in you town? Here is all you need to know.

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    We welcome
    A new member:
    REYN Bulgaria!

    The REYN National Network Bulgaria has recently joined our network, browse their country page.

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“We can be the spark of change”

“Political leaders should strive to care for every child but from what I have seen, that’s not always the case,” says Global Leader Driton Berisha. While running an early childhood project, Driton helped raise the enrollment rate of Romani children in pre-school to above 95%. “I never liked unjust treatment. I am helping Romani children …

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Roma Health Report: data collection in the Member States of the European Union
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Executive function: skills for life and learning
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TOY for Inclusion addresses increasingly worrying issues like discrimination and segregation that oppress Romani children from very early age.

Together with other organizations, we create TOY libraries to bring people of all generations and ethnicities play and learn together as a community.

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Elina is happy she can play! New TOY for Inclusion video

“I am happy because I can play with other children,” says Elina. The new TOY for Inclusion video is out. In the Play Hubs, Roma and non-Roma children play and learn together. And parents too! They can meet informally, follow workshop and receive advice from professionals. Watch the video Ending child segregation with play www.toy4inclusion.eu …

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