Reggio Children was founded in 1994 to promote and defend children’s rights, and to organise the pedagogical and cultural exchanges already taking place between Reggio Emilia’s municipal early childhood centres and teachers, academics and researchers from around the world.
On local, national and international levels, Reggio Children:
- promotes research projects together with universities, foundations, ministries and companies working in various fields
- provides professional learning programs on a variety of themes and topics
- carries out educational consulting activities
- collaborates with NGO’s in co-operation initiatives with institutions for early childhood in various countries
- publishes literature translated into 14 languages
- manages the The Hundred Languages of Children Exhibition that has been travelling for 25 years across five continents invited by governments, museums, universities and art galleries
Reggio Children produces a periodic bilingual (Italian/English) magazine, RECHILD, created in 1996 to respond to national and international demand for information, in-depth analysis and exchanges about education and childhood.
For more information, please visit the Reggio Children website.