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The Region of Andalusia is the 129th participant of the Alliance

writenWritten the 24/06/2015
Wikipedia.org

With around half of all Spanish Roma living in the region (around 300 000 Roma), Andalusia is the region in Spain with the highest number of Roma. The European Alliance of Cities and Regions for Roma Inclusion is happy to announce that it has accepted the accession of the Region of Andalusia, which now is its 129th participant. Andalusia...
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First National Seminar in Serbia on Roma Inclusion facilitated sharing of experiences and good-practices

writenWritten the 16/06/2015

Dusica Davidovic (Serbia, SOC), Stojanka Lekic (Serbia, EPP/CCE) and Fevzija Muric on behalf of Meho Mahmutovic (Serbia, SOC), Congress members, representatives of Serbian municipalities, and representatives of the Serbian Government participated in the First National Seminar in Serbia organised by the European Alliance of Cities and Regions...
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Alliance 1st National Seminar in Serbia, Belgrade, 12 June 2015

writenWritten the 11/06/2015

On 12th June 2015, the European Alliance of Cities and Regions for Roma Inclusion organises its first National Seminar in Serbia in order to bring together participants, experts, Congress of Local and Regional Authorities’ representatives and stakeholders from all Serbia. This will be the occasion to exchange experiences and know-how, as...
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Juliana Hoxha: “Roma should be part of the priority-setting process.”

writenWritten the 20/05/2015
(c) CoE

On the occasion of the 28th Congress Session, Congress member and municipal councilor from Tirana (Albania) Juliana Hoxha expressed her thoughts on various issues Roma are still facing in Albania. Although Roma in some places represent a significant electoral force, they remain largely marginalized when talking about effective participation...
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Statement on Roma Youth

writenWritten the 10/04/2015

A European Roma Institute

writenWritten the 27/03/2015


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