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From the first day of the war in Ukraine, the ISSA Network mobilized itself to respond to this horrendous crisis We are in regular contact with our member organizations in Ukraine, which continue to work on behalf of young children, even in life-threatening circumstances Together with our wider membership and partners, we provide emergency support …
This European Network on Roma Inclusion (EURoma Network) reference document identifies critical aspects to consider in the context of the Child Guarantee National Action Plans and of the 2021-2027 programming period of the European Cohesion Policy Funds 2021-2027 (notably ESF+ and ERDF) in order to guarantee that they contribute to efficiently tackle the poverty and …
In the period between the end of 2021 and spring 2022, National REYNs conducted research in their own countries on the situation of Roma families with young children (REYN Research Study) In Slovenia, the Educational Research Institute led this unique process in the country, which implied involving members of the Roma community along the development …
The position of Roma and Sinti communities in Italy is a direct consequence of various migratory flows that have affected the country from the 15th century to the early 2000s[1] As a result of these flows, it is possible to identify 22 communities of  Roma and Sinti populations As it is impossible to carry out …
This day last year, when we marked the 50th International Roma Day, we enthusiastically looked toward a better Europe for all, emphasizing the fundamental need for equality, inclusion, and participation to fight antigypsyism — we all hoped this year would be different But, one year later, the persistent discrimination and social inequalities that Roma in …
In the city of Leuven, Belgium, many initiatives have been taken over the years to increase the participation of children of the Rom Traveller[1] families in the nearby schools The efforts of different welfare organizations ensured that by September of 2021 90% of the Rom children were present by the start of the new school …
Specific Steps of the Slovak Roma Inclusion Strategy 2030 The Strategy for Equality, Inclusion, and Participation of Roma 2030 was approved by the Slovak Government on 7 April 2021 This framework material forms the basis for action plans, which will always be drawn up for a three-year period, ie, 2022-2024, 2025-2027, and 2028-2030 Representatives from …