On February 19th, 2020 the event will present the project’s success on inclusion. There are no children hard to reach, rather there are tailor-made services
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In Slovakia, ensuring quality education for the whole population is still a problem.
In Hungary, early childhood professions remaining unfilled due to low salary and high levels of stress. Call centers pay twice as much, a professional said.
Elina loves to come to the Toy for Inclusion Play Hub in Spišský Hrhov (Slovakia). This has helped her ability to communicate with others.
Over 50% of the children in the school are Roma. The difference of wishes between Romani and non Romani children reflect the hard reality.
Our REYN Hungary program aims at supporting five Romani women to find a job as kindergarten assistants. This post talks about the challenges of a trainer.