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  • A network of practitioners from Romani, Traveller and other backgrounds working with Romani and Traveller children, families and communities;
  • An open and inclusive learning community of early years professionals and paraprofessionals, pedagogues, children's nurses and midwives, health visitors and pediatricians, child rights and Romani rights advocates;
  • Dedicated to promoting and delivering quality, inclusive, inter-cultural early childhood development provisions and services in preschools, nursery schools, kindergartens, primary schools, community centres, family centres, social and child protection services, health centres and home-visiting programs;
  • Committed to promoting anti-discrimination, respect for diversity, differences, tolerance and equality throughout our professional practices;
  • Striving to ensure equity for Romani and Traveller families and children in accessing high-quality and early childhood development services;
  • Working to develop services and provisions for Romani and Traveller children and families that encourage freedom of choice, non-violence and community solidarity.
Comprehensive review of the literature on inter-agency working with young children, incorporating findings from case studies of good practice in inter-agency working with young children and their families within Europe
Review and reorientation of the “programme for active health protection of mothers and children” for greater health equity in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2017)
The governance of Roma people in Italy: A shifting paradigm (2017)

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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