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

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Strengthening Roma civil society as independent and transparent watchdog organisations ERGO members from the Western Balkans, Turkey and the ‘Visegrad countries’ Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic met in Brussels on 24-25 November to prepare a new ERGO project that will strengthen Roma civil society as independent and transparent watchdog organisations. Being transparent and accountable are
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The second annual meeting of the ROMA FORUM network took place with prominent guests ERGO partner Nevo Parudimos organized the second meeting of ROMA FORUM network. The meeting took place on 4-5 December, 2017 at the Sports Cultural Complex Tei in Bucharest. The meeting was organized within the framework of the strategic partnership coordinated by ERGO.
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Antigypsyism on the agenda at EU’s High-Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance The EU’s High-Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance, bringing together representatives of EU Member States and civil society representatives, put special emphasis on discussing antigypsyism at their 4th High-Level Meeting taking place on
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Making the wheel roll The European Platform for Roma Inclusion,  convened by the European Commission, brings together national governments, the European institutions, international organisations and Roma civil society representatives. By creating a professional hub and meeting place for all, the goal is to strengthen co-operation and exchanges of relevant experience among all stakeholders on efficient
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FEATURED PROJECTS

Solving #youthunemployment cannot rely only on the #youthguarantee it's a shared responsibility: how do we bring #NEETs back on the labour market? 150billion per year is NEETs cost, while we plan to invest 9billion @etuc_ces #InvestinYouth

MEP Brando Benifei points out structures as the biggest challenge and suggests prioritizing the investments in the structures relevant for youth employment #investinyouth #InvestinyoungRoma #Decentwork4all

Money is the mirror of the political commitments. Debates and ideas how to mainstream and keep the youth policies on the #EU priorities. #participatorybudgeting #investinginyouthRoma
#investingfutureEurope

Live from the @Europarl_EN, @youthintergroup hosting the #InvestinYouth event to discuss next #MFF with @Youth_Forum, #EUcommission and #EUparliament: how to #mainstreamyouth into #EUbudget ?

ERGO is following the debate on mainstreaming youth in the MCG Post 2020 #InvestmentInYouth

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