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DOSTA! Congress Prize - Deadline Extended

writenEcrit le 29/06/2017

Extension of the deadline for applications

Due to requests of several municipalities the application deadline for the 6th DOSTA! Congress Prize has been extended until the 21st of July. Local and regional authorities are invited to apply for the 10 year anniversary of the DOSTA! Congress Prize!

Later this year, in...
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6th Dosta! Congress Prize

writenEcrit le 09/05/2017

The Dosta!Congress Prize

Later this year, in October, the Dosta!Congress Prize will be awarded the 6th time. "Dosta!" means "enough" in the dialect of Romani that is widely used in the Balkans, where the Dosta! Campaign was launched. It signals to end discrimination and exclusion of Roma and Travellers in Europe. The Prize is a...
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Declaration against anti-Gypsyism

writenEcrit le 27/03/2017

At the 32nd Congress Session (28-30 March), a “Declaration of Mayors and Elected Local and Regional Representatives of Council of Europe Member States against anti-Gypsyism” will be presented by John Warmisham the Congress Spokesperson for Roma Issues. The Congress and the Alliance call mayors and elected representatives of local and...
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Alliance supports political participation of Roma in Bosnia and Herzegovina

writenEcrit le 16/12/2016

Participation of Roma in decision-making processes is crucial to advance the Inclusion of Roma. Policies, projects and  strategies will be more succesful if Roma are included in the decision making process in order to ensure that the needs of the Roma communities are well adressed.

Collaborative workshops in Bosnia and...
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Dosta! & UEFA Respect! campaign

writenEcrit le 16/12/2016

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