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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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21-7-2020
“It’s good to play because it builds valuable relationships among people”Roma and non-Roma, adults and older adults -- generational gaps and differences collapse when a...
25-6-2020
In March 2020, TOY for Inclusion partners submitted a questionnaire to local policymakers to sound out their opinion about the project and its impact in their...
18-6-2020
“Finally!”With great enthusiasm, this was the most uttered word of our little visitors at the reopening of our Play Hubs after a long and unexpected break of two and a half...
15-6-2020
In order to respect the Italian government guidelines and counteract the Covid-19 contagion, the educational activities that went online are gradually...
08-6-2020
Monday, May 18th, the TOY Play Hub in the Netherlands opened after several months of lockdown in the countryThe first activities were organized outside with safety measures in...
28-5-2020
In March 2020, when COVID19 began to sweep across Europe, services provided to children, families and communities were heavily impacted Physical distancing has exacerbated many...

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PARTNERS

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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