I am delighted to be the new Romani Early Years Network Coordinator. As a member of the Roma community, I will be actively promoting change on issues like discrimination, early childhood development, and health. I was a preschool teacher for over a decade, passionate about children’s rights, well-being, quality education, equity, and diversity in the …
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In the very recent European Report on Roma integration, the European Commission indicates progress in primary and secondary education. At the same time access and quality of early childhood education (birth to 6 years of age) remains a challenge.
“Child education is our priority” says Darko Rudas, prominent politician of Pusča (Slovenia). The village used to be the Roma settlement of Murska Sobota, today it is a municipality with its own kindergarten and fire brigade. Pusča looks at its future without forgetting the past.
Currently we are preparing the launch of more Play Hubs in 2020. At the end of this year a European event will showcase the stories of children and families.
Colleagues of the Dublin City University (DCU) – Early Childhood Research Centre, presented at the EECERA conference in Greece the conceptual framework for the impact evaluation of the second phase of the TOY for Inclusion project.
The remarkable story of Antoaneta Antonova, who fulfilled her dream to become a teacher. The story has been published by the Trust for Social Achievement, REYN Coordinator in Bulgaria.