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On 9 December 2022, ISSA organised “ISSA Connects to Celebrate: 10 years of REYN“, a special event that provided an opportunity to learn from the 10 years of existence of ISSA’s REYN initiative, about its unique contribution to creating quality environments for young Roma children to develop, learn and thrive The program featured REYN’s Footprints: building …
Inclusive education requires the use of varied strategies and techniques to ensure equal participation of all children to advance their development Due to its nature and qualities, play forms part of flexible, child-centred and participatory/experiential educational strategies for celebrating diversity in education This Toolkit is for practitioners in any non-formal setting for children 0-8 years …
The Activity Cards were created to be used in the Play Hubs by practitioners to promote inclusive formal and non-formal education with young children and their parents, paying special attention to children with disabilities and special needs However, they can be used and adapted by any other formal and non-formal service Read more here It …
Professional development is key to the quality and impact of any ECEC service Professionals working with refugee children need appropriate knowledge, competencies, and skills to build safe environments and promote the integration and well-being of distressed children and their caregivers The ‘Play for Inclusion’ Handbook is a new resource for practitioners who work in non-formal early …
In REYN, we believe that we grow stronger by joining efforts and working together, hand in hand, to build a more inclusive and equitable society The outgoing year confronted us with many challenges but at the same time gave us the opportunity to grow stronger as a community committed and devoted to rewriting the narratives …
Program | 9 December 2022 | 10:00-12:00 CET The event’s program will feature REYN’s Footprints: building blocks for long-term impact showcasing achievements and examples of good practices from different European countries and providing a platform for discussions about the status of young Roma children, highlighting existing challenges and responsive solutions     1 Unlocking potential: Mobilizing …
This report presents findings from FRA’s 2021 survey on Roma in Croatia, Czechia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania and Spain, as well as in North Macedonia and Serbia The survey includes interviews with more than 8,400 Roma, collecting information on more than 20,000 individuals living in their households By focusing on Roma, the survey provides …
Since the start of the war in Ukraine, at least twelve million people have been forced to flee their homes According to the BBC, seven million people are thought to be displaced inside Ukraine, while more than five million have left for neighbouring countries — primarily Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia  More …
The overall results of the REYN Early Childhood Research Study in Belgium are represented in this infographic, showing at a glance the status of young Roma children in the country Data collected in focus groups and interviews with Roma families with young children, and professionals working with them show the high levels of discrimination that young …