ighting discrimination and prejudice against ROMA people and their inclusion in education and employment is one of the most important strategic goals of EU. In order to achieve this goal, the collaboration of organizations at regional and national level is quite necessary.
Fighting discrimination and prevention of ROMA in education – Strategies, methodologies & tools
On 31η May and 1η June 2017, Florida University in the city of Valencia (Spain), held the 5th transnational meeting of the European project PAL (cofounded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of European Union), a project that aims to address the issue of ant-Gypsyism and to improve the level of social inclusion of Roma people.
Addressing the issue of ant-Gypsyism: Improving the level of social inclusion of Roma people!
With 10 to 12 million members, Roma are the biggest ethnic minority in Europe. A relevant reason for their permanent discrimination is their low education level. Due to that the disadvantages are especially obvious in the education sector.
Mobility actions to motivate Roma for their inclusion in employment and education
On 4 and 5 April 2017 in the city of Diepenbeek (Belgium) experts from 9 countries of EU (Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Greece, France, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania and Belgium) met in order to discuss the issue of Roma employment.
Exchanging experiences and best practices in Roma employment