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  • Review on children’s right to participate in early childhood education settings

    “Children’s right to participate in early childhood education settings: A systematic review” is the theme of a new article by ISOTIS researcher Cecília Aguiar (ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa) and colleagues, published in Children and Youth Services Review. According to the abstract of this article: “Children’s right to participate is considered pivotal for establishing a culture of democracy and citizenship. […]

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  • New blog piece: “The earlier, the better”

    Which aspects increase chances of success when considering the development and implementation of youth policy? ISOTIS researcher Pauline Slot (Utrecht University) tells us about important conditions in the scope of youth policy in a new blog piece on the EarlyYearsBlog.EU, available at the link below. Starting early is the first condition mentioned. The researcher notes […]

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  • New ISOTIS report: Children’s views on inclusion at school

    Children’s perspectives are essential to understand their lives from their unique viewpoint. Tackling children poverty and social exclusion and improving their well-being involves promoting children’s participation in decision-making in areas that affect them. In a recent study, the ISOTIS team listened to children’s perspectives on inclusion and well-being at school and at identifying facilitating positive […]

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  • Coordination between agencies in Europe and the UK to support children and families

    Integrated working between services for families, in fields such as education, health, youth welfare, employment and criminal justice, has been tried in different European contexts. The goal has been to improve support for children and families, and to potentially reduce inequalities. “Inter-agency working in Europe and the Uk to support vulnerable young children and families” is the […]

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  • Analysing Parent- and Family-Focused Support in Portugal

    In Europe, different approaches are used to support families of young children and to promote the quality of their home learning environment. In a new article, ISOTIS researchers Joana Cadima and Gil Nata (University of Porto) discuss the contextual factors, facilitators and underlying challenges of family support services in Portugal. “Parent- and family-focused support in […]

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