TOY for Inclusion: a case study about inclusive education

October 21, 2019 | toyproject

TOY for Inclusion is now a case study for the Inclusive Education in Action (IEA) initiative (UNESCO and European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education)!

Our project has been selected to be among the online resources for international policy makers working to develop equity and equal opportunities within education systems globally.

If you want to know more about TOY for Inclusion and our Play Hubs, visit this page.


DCU presented TOY for Inclusion impact evaluation at EECERA

August 22, 2019 | toyproject

On August 21, our colleagues of the Dublin City University – Early Childhood Research Centre, Dr Gillian Lake, Prof Mathias Urban, Dr Geraldine French, Fiona Giblin and Therese Farrell, presented the conceptual framework for the impact evaluation of the second phase of the TOY for Inclusion project at the EECERA conference in Greece .

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TOY for Inclusion inspires participants at the Erasmus+ event

June 27, 2019 | toyproject

ICDI was invited to present TOY and TOY for Inclusion as a best practice in the field of social inclusion by the Erasmus+ Dutch National Agency this week. The Agency organised a 3-day Transnational Cooperation Activity in Wageningen (Netherlands) with more than 90 participants from 16 EU countries on this topic.

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TOY for Inclusion presented at the ISSA pre-conference workshop

June 17, 2019 | toyproject

On 17 June, 20 ECEC experts from 15 countries took part in the ISSA pre-conference workshop titled ‘From Hard to Reach Families to Easy to Reach Services’, co-organised by ICDI and JES Rijnland.

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TOY for Inclusion wins European Award for best learning environment!

December 10, 2018 | toyproject

We are delighted to announce that our project ‘TOY for Inclusion’ has been Awarded the Lifelong Learning Award 2018 for the category ‘learning environments’. The prize is awarded by the Lifelong Learning Platform to initiatives that set up creative and inclusive practices.

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