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ERGO Network

ERGO fights against antigypsyism, advocates for better policies for Roma in Europe, creates strong networks and empowers Roma activists.

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On 3 December 2018, ERGO Network concluded the first year of its 4-year work programme RIISE (Roma Included in Social Europe) with a panel debate discussing how Roma inclusion can be fostered through meaningful local partnerships. Emphasising the importance of Roma participation in all stages of decision-making, from the local to the European level, is
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Brussels, 6 December 2018: Today, a coalition of more than fifteen Romani and anti-racism civil society organisations from across Europe called for the Council of the European Union, and governments of European countries, to make a clear commitment to the new proposals for post-2020 Roma inclusion plans made by the European Commission in its communication
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Our Romanian member, Center of Resources for Social Inclusion CRIS in October organised two meetings in Ploiesti with the representatives of 10 Local Action Groups (LAG) from South-Muntenia and South-East Regions and of 2 newly established Urban Local Action Groups from Ploiesti and Campina, within the framework of the Annual Work Programme 2018 supported by
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                                   PRESS RELEASE Brussels, 29 October 2018 The Alliance against Antigypsyism demands clear commitment of European Parliament President Tajani against antigypsyism   Brussels, 29 October 2018 – European Parliament President Antonio Tajani criticised the Italian government’s plan for a
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FEATURED PROJECTS

Now is the time for governments to strengthen the fight against #antigypsyism and to improve their strategies in line with community needs by working alongside Romani civil society. Read more in our joint statement with other (pro) Roma NGOs: https://t.co/rGRWsI6ghT @EU_Justice

The Report on the evaluation of the EU Roma Framework has been published by @EU_Justice. Key finding: a specific non-discrimination goal and stronger focus on the fight against #antigypsyism would make the
Framework stronger. https://t.co/BiSvL4Gk0c #NoAntigypsyism #EURoma

Marie-Anne Paraskevas of @DG_Employment highlights importance of new enabling conditions in next #MFF in last panel of the day. #EURoma

Good news! Today, @EPSocialAffairs voted on its position on the European Social Fund Plus, a key step to #InvestInYouth and to prioritise social inclusion in the next #MFF! 👏 #EUbudget

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