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Post date: 2017, 13 July
The European Commission and Council of Europe are initiating a new joint project on “Inclusive schools: making a difference for Roma children” targeting schools where Roma children learn, in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovak Republic and United Kingdom.   The starting point of the project “Inclusive schools: making a difference for Roma children” is based on the main assumption that it is not enough to draw up policies of change. Change needs to be...
Post date: 2017, 29 August
2017/AO/47 - Call for tenders - 1 October 2017 - Consultancy Services in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovak Republic and the United Kingdom in the framework of the INSCHOOL EU/CoE Joint Project via Council of Europe's Call for Tenders page The European Commission (EC) and Council of Europe (CoE) Joint Project “Inclusive schools: making a difference for Roma children (INSCHOOL)” aims at enhancing social inclusion of Roma by promoting inclusive education and training in...
Post date: 2017, 11 May
In the framework of the European Commission and Council of Europe Joint Programme ROMACTED “Promoting good governance and Roma empowerment at local level”, the Council of Europe is opening six new vacancies for Project Officers to be based in field offices in Ankara, Belgrade, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje and Tirana.   Employment is limited to the duration of the Project which is expected to end on 30 April 2020. Candidates of self-declared Roma and Traveller origin are...
Post date: 2016, 25 November
The Conference organised on 24 and 25 November 2016 by the ROMED2 team in Hungary focuses on "The role of Roma mediation in cultivating dialogue at local level". It was in 2011 that ROMED first started in Hungary through Training of Mediators. Then, in 2014 a new step towards Roma community organising was taken, building on the experience of trained mediators. The conference serves as a milestone in the acknowledgement of the results of the ROMED process in the municipalities where...
Post date: 2013, 11 October
After two years of implementation in 22 countries and over 1000 mediators trained, the ROMED2 Programme is about to be launched. The new approach in ROMED2 is about building up the capacity of Roma communities to participate in democratic governance through mediation. The countries of implementation for this new phase of ROMED are Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and “the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia”. In five of...
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