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26/09/2017
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FSG contributes to building civil society´s capacity to improve the implementation of Roma Inclusion Strategies

Representatives from 16 European organizations, meet on 26 and 27 September at the headquarters of the FSG in Madrid in order to build their capacity to monitor the implementation of National Roma Integration Strategies (NRIS).

The seminar is organized by the FSG and CEU (Central European University) and is part of the Roma Civil Monitor pilot project that aims to build the capacity of Roma civil society in 27 Member States and strengthen its involvement in the monitoring of NRIS

The seminar will address the issues of governance, the general framework of national policies, anti-discrimination and anti-gypsyism, which will be the topics of the first report the organisations will publish in December 2017.

The event will gather organisations from the four European countries that the FSG coordinates within the project (France, Italy, Portugal and Spain). Participating organisation include: La Voix des Roms and RromEurope (France); Fondazione Romani Italia, Casa della Carita, NOVA, Arci della Solidarita, 1 Luglio and Asociazione Sinti de Prato (Italy); Letras Nómadas, EAPN and Pastoral Dos Ciganos (Portugal), and; Khetane, Fakali, Fagex, Kale Dor Kayiko y kamira (Spain).

The project is funded by the European Commission (Directorate-General Justice and Consumers (DG Justice)) and it is coordinated by the Central European University (CEU) in partnership with the Fundación Secretariado Gitano (FSG) and three other leading organisations working on Roma related-issues (the European Roma Grassroots Organisations Network (ERGO), the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), and the Roma Education Fund (REF)).

For more information:

https://www.gitanos.org/que-hacemos/areas/international/programas/120636.html.en

 

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