Romani Early Years Network – REYN

No more lost Romani and Traveller generations

Global leader Sinisa-Senad Music from Croatia

Global Leaders for Young Children work in different countries to help children of minority communities. The one thing that emerged when we met them at the World Forum on Early Care and Education in new Zealand, is that despite the differences and the distances these communities often share similar issues. The Global Leaders for Young […]

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The ‘gypsy pedagogy’, which in the last half century has hindered all pedagogic actions directed at Romani children in Italy, marks a sad era that we must overcome. This is the conclusion reached by “The Roma child: from gypsy pedagogy to innovative educational practices” conference, held in Sesto Fiorentino, Italy, on May 19-20. The event […]


The creation of the Ready Set Go! project in Romania has supported over a thousand young Romani children and their families. However, as the funding is ending, the future of the project is in doubt. On the occasion of the International Roma Day on April 8, 2017, the Romani Early Years Network (REYN), the European […]

We are happy to announce that Open Society Foundations launched a call for proposals for the establishment of REYN National Networks in Romania and Bulgaria. The call for proposal aims to set up and establish one national network (one REYN) in Romania and one national network (one REYN) in Bulgaria as a further step in: advocating for […]

On the occasion of the International Roma Day, the Romani Early Years Network (REYN) is launching its new strategy for 2017-2020, which will provide guidance for national activities in 10 countries – Belgium, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Our strategy at a glance: Five years ago we initiated REYN to […]