"Effective participation of Roma communities" has been the mantra of international efforts for Roma inclusion for the past decade. But exactly how is it achieved? Who are the main actors and how should the community, local authorities and other stakeholders be engaged?
As the title indicates, these Guidelines address those persons either from within (local facilitators, mediators) or from outside (national facilitators) of the community who would like to mobilise and engage a particular Roma community in a real participatory process in a given city or village.
With a proven methodology – improved and revised over three years of practical implementation and tested by an external evaluation in 2016 - the ROMED2 Guidelines and Resources for National and Local Facilitators provide a complete set of tools for training the Roma community, local authorities and other stakeholders with the aim of achieving effective participation of Roma.
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