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    Quality education is the road to equal development and opportunities.

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    TOY for Inclusion
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    The TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs offer integrated services to Romani and
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    REYN Bulgaria!

    The REYN National Network Bulgaria has recently joined our network, browse their country page.

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Global Leader Lisa Smith: “I want to prove that Roma and Travellers can be successful”

“Research shows that Romani children are behind in every single stage of their education path”, says Lisa Smith. As a Global Leader for Young Children she was awarded funding by the World Forum Foundation to create a project for her Traveller community. Her project changed the way Traveller parents thought about early years education.  “Roma …

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Roma Health Report: data collection in the Member States of the European Union
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Executive function: skills for life and learning
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TOY for Inclusion addresses increasingly worrying issues like discrimination and segregation that oppress Romani children from very early age.

Together with other organizations, we create TOY libraries to bring people of all generations and ethnicities play and learn together as a community.

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Roma education: what the EU Commission report doesn’t say

In a recent survey, the European Commission asked for an assessment of the perceived changes in education, healthcare, employment, discrimination, housing and services. The results? In all the areas except education the “no change” was the dominant answer. On Human Rights Day we reflect on a public survey that may harm instead of help Roma …

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