In 2007, after my university studies and a short experience of working in a segregated Roma community in Slovakia, I started my internship at the Budapest-based European Roma Rights Centre. Among my very first tasks was being sent on a mission to Rome to map the situation of Roma, seeking better living conditions, who were arriving […]
October 17th marks International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and the central theme for 2015 is coming together to end poverty and discrimination. The United Nations are using this opportunity to highlight the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, where ending poverty in all its forms everywhere is one of the goals. What changes can […]
During REYN study visit to UK, this March, Dr Deborah Albon from London Metropolitan University – Early Childhood Development degree programme – referred in her presentation to some interesting reports from Professor Cathy Nutbrown, an eminent Early Childhood Development theorist and teacher.
This February in Zagreb, the Roma Early Childhood Inclusion (RECI), a joint initiative of the Open Society Early Childhood Program, the Roma Education Fund (REF), and UNICEF, launched its six report about Croatia.
A report by the François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights of Harvard University analyses ways for contrasting segregation of Romani children in schools in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary and Romania.