This chronology aims to provide a comprehensive list Continue reading
The Role of Informal Education in the Social inclusion of Romani Children Continue reading
‘Ciganos and education – Dialogue between Academics, Policy Makers, Policy Practitioners and Ciganos’ Continue reading
by László Fosztó
As we approach the end of the Second Cycle of the Network project I though it would be interesting to see how far we are with building the Network and connecting the different nodes.
This is a visualization of the distribution of the Network members worldwide. You can zoom to resize the map using the + and – signs on the top left. You can also and drag the map to reposition it or search for a particular country tying into the search window on the right.
The two the maps below are based on the present situation of the membership: 395 members in 40 countries and 183 cities worldwide.
If we look at the distribution of the membership by localities a more detailed view is available.
The distribution of Facebook likes (more than 1,300) of the Network Facebook page is the following.
Workshop at the University of Turin, 19-20/03/2015 Continue reading
‘Enhancing Roma Participation in Public Policy in the Slovak Republic’
‘Safeguarding Roma children: is it a cultural problem?’ Continue reading
Grants to attend the event on ‘Policies for Roma inclusion: The contribution of academic research’ at the Council of Europe on 22 April 2015. Continue reading