About ISEY 2020

The International Summit on Early Years (ISEY) is one of India’s largest global summits in the ECCE space, aimed at addressing modern day issues of early childhood and charting future courses of action. After the very successful launch of ISEY last year, around the theme of Happy Adults = Happy Children, we are back with a brand new theme, set to host the summit online and for free

Exploring nuances of evolving childhood and why policymakers, educators, and parents must come together now to build a better tomorrow.

Theme for ISEY 2020 –

WHEN THE WORLD UNITES FOR CHILDREN

Expert Speakers

Meeta Sengupta

Founder of the Centre for Education Strategy

Esha Deol Takhtani

Actor, Dancer & Author

Dr. Rebecca Isbell

International Speaker, Prolific Author, and Expert on Creative Development

Parul Ohri

Chief Editor, Momspresso

Fareeha Rizwan

Principal, Futuraskolan International Preschool, Stockholm, Sweden

Rishikesh B.S

Leads the Hub for Education, Law & Policy at School of Education,Azim Premji University.

ISEY 2020 Agenda

4th September, 2020

Pledge to Unite For Children

I pledge to,

Protect children from my anxiety and their own

Tell them the truth, however difficult it may be

Acknowledge their curiosity, even if I am not able to nourish it

Never compare them to their peers

Never try to fulfill my dreams through them

I prioritize their happiness over achievements

I trust every child’s capacity and so,

I pledge to follow their lead!

2460+ pledges taken so far

Event Partners

Presented by

The organizer of ISEY 2020 is the Institute of Early Childhood Education and Development (IECED), the academic body of KLAY Preschools and Daycare, India’s largest preschool chain.

Community Partner

KLAY’s very own content and community platform for new-age parents

Highlights from ISEY 2019

Panel Discussion: Together, Apart – Uniting Efforts for Children in the New World Order

With children out of school, physical distancing as the new norm, and children’s rights under threat, the new world order has “turned back the clock” on years of progress made on children’s well-being. However, it’s not all bad. As a human race, we’ve been built to adapt: we’ve seen a tipping point in technology-enabled education and the promise of a new education policy in our country.

What can we, as influencers of change in the education space, do to create a better tomorrow for children? Join us for a panel discussion where we can come together to unite our efforts to secure the future of the nex-gen and create a better tomorrow for children.