In the multi ethnic city of Mazara del Vallo (Italy), Emma Hajrusi coordinates the TOY for Inclusion Play Hub. “It has changed my life and I could not live without it,” she says. “When I go home I never dismiss my ‘uniform’ of Coordinator. I talk about the Play Hub with my relatives, I receive …
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.Find out more
Romani children are placed in special schools because they do not master the national language. Preschool is failing on them. How can we help them?