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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.


Annual Members Meeting 2019 From 20-22 October 2019, ERGO Network’s members came together in Skopje, North Macedonia, to share updates from the past year, set future priorities and learn from each other. On day 1, the participants attended working groups to define the future priorities of the organisation   on the topics of employment, data collection
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ERGO NETWORK DELEGATION OF NATIONAL MEMBERS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF LOCAL ACTION GROUPS MEET EUROPEAN COMMISSION DESK OFFICERS TO DISCUSS CLLD  On 10 and 11 October, ERGO Network facilitated a meeting between its national members and representatives of Local Action Groups from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Romania, and the Desk Officers responsible for these countries
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Roma access to mainstream education: ERGO Network annual conference Time: 19 November 2019, 10:00-12:30 Place: Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Rue Belliard 60-62 (Brussels) We kindly invite you to attend ERGO Network’s conference on Roma access to mainstream education. Education is an increasingly important topic in the European public and
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ERGO Network voices major steps to take to achieve true leadership and participation and to combat antigypsyism at the 2019 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Our Policy and Research Coordinator Jelena Jovanovic recently took part in the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) annual human rights conference: the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM). She
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🏆 Congratulations to Abdul Batur from #Konak, Turkey for receiving the Most #RomaFriendlyMayor award:
⚠️Established a Roma working group in the city council
⚠️Opened town centres for disadvantaged people
⚠️ Increased employability of Roma, especially women


🏆 Congratulations Vladan Glisic from #Mladenovac, Serbia for receiving the Most #RomaFriendlyMayor award for adopting a sustainable and funded Local Action Plan. The municipality has eg taken over housing units for the most vulnerable Roma families from Belgrade.


🏆 Congratulations to Kurto Dudush from #SutoOrizari, North Macedonia for being the 1.Roma mayor awarded with the #RomaFriendlyMayor award. 

⚠️Understands challenges
⚠️Built infrastructure
⚠️Constructed medical centers
⚠️ Supports Roma in education and employment


🏆 Congratulations to Petar Smolovic from #BijeloPolje, Montenegro: 
✔️ Building housing units
✔️Strategic planning with the Roma community
✔️ Support for Roma NGOs for projects that directly target Roma and their inclusion at local level

@mladi_romi @MONTENEGROtoEU @eu_near

🏆 Congratulations to Mr. Imri Ahmeti from Lipjan in Kosovo: 

The municipality has a Roma vice mayor and continuously supports Roma families to improve their living conditions, for example through projects in housing and employment, and through Learning Centres.


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