Post date: 2017, 16 January
Want to know more about mediation and Roma community participation in Ukraine? Would you like to help disseminate the info to Ukrainian-speaking actors?
The country findings for Ukraine and the case studies in Darnitsa district in Kiev, and in Pereyaslav Khlmenitskyi are ready for download in our Resources section!
Below a bilingual excerpt of the findings of the evaluation about ROMED2 in Ukraine:
"ROMED2 helped improve the following services in various sectors:
Post date: 2016, 27 May
Seeking different ways to work towards the institutionalisation and employability of Roma mediators, aimed by the ROMED1 Programme – “Intercultural mediation for Roma communities”, in 2015 the Ukrainian ROMED National Support Team proposed to conduct express, advanced courses on Mediation in Roma communities for social workers and local authorities starting with May and until July 2015. Over 150 people were trained and received certificates upon completion of the express...
Post date: 2014, 13 August
Following the signed Commitment letter between the Council of Europe and Kirovograd city administration on joining the ROMED2 program, the National Focal Point together with the national trainer conducted the first Community Action Group in Kirovograd on July 1, 2014,
During the CAG meeting we have learned about the problems of the Roma community and about several families without passports and birth certificates. One of the families living in Kirovograd region, moved from...
Post date: 2013, 23 October
After two previous groups of mediators trained, a 3rd group started the ROMED Training Programme in Ukraine. From 18 to 20 October 2013 the first session of Training of Mediators and Social Workers in Ukraine took place in Kirovograd. This session, organised by the International Charitable Organisation Roma Women Fund “Chiricli” had a very strategic approach by providing training to both mediators and social workers, and acts as a transition from the first phase of ROMED...
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