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SOCIAL INCLUSION BEGINS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN’S EAGERNESS TO PLAY TOGETHER

TOY for Inclusion moves away from the perspective that some children and families are harder to reach than others. Instead, we make services easier to reach, by promoting inter-sectoral work, flexible solutions and contextualized responses to the specific needs of young children and their families. We call these Play Hubs!…


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27-3-2020
Earlier this month, the new Play Hub in set up in Daugavpils, Latvia was visited by representatives of Ministry of Culture, Society Integration Department of Jelgava municipality...
20-2-2020
“I strongly believe that social inclusion starts with young children and their eagerness to play,” posts Slovenian MEP Tanja Fajon on Twitter, after the recent Pop-Up Museum...
05-2-2020
On February 19th, 2020, the event will present the project's success stories of inclusion There are no children hard to reach, rather there are tailor-made services for children...
31-1-2020
In Slovakia, ensuring quality education for the whole population is still a problem By Prof Stefan Porubsky, Skola dokoran – Wide Open School Pupils who come from...
28-1-2020
Elina is cheerful and friendly  She is a great girl and everyone accepts her, her friends told me Elina loves to come to the Toy for Inclusion Play Hub in Spišský Hrhov...
15-11-2019
The new TOY for Inclusion Play Hub is located in Orehovica and is one of two in Croatia The second one is active in Sisak  We are very excited about the opening of a new...

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TOY for Inclusion is  coordinated by International Child Development Initiatives – ICDI (NL). Other partners are the International Step-by-Step Association – ISSA (NL)Akromfed (Mediterranean Roma Associations Federation)Associazione 21 Luglio (Italy), Centre for Education Initiatives – CEI (Latvia), Dublin City University, Educational Research Institute – ERI (Slovenia)Open Academy Step by Step – OASS (Croatia)Partners Hungary Foundationthe Salvation Army Netherlands  and Wide Open School – WOS (Slovakia).

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