COMMUNITY-LED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (CLLD) FOR ROMA INCLUSION Evaluation Report 2014-2020

COMMUNITY-LED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (CLLD) FOR ROMA INCLUSION
Evaluation Report 2014-2020

 

The exercise intended to assess the extent to which Roma inclusion was mainstreamed throughout the CLLD processes, in what concerns both the content of the activities, as well as stakeholder involvement, with the aim to formulate recommendations and proposals to increase Roma participation for the next cycle. At the same time, our intention is to bring up good practices and examples of successful initiatives that were implemented – or
initiated and are still under implementation – under the CLLD umbrella. It is hoped that this research will ensure increased awareness of the CLLD process, leading to more Roma NGOs taking part, and that CLLD would be continued after 2020, with 10% of EU funds being distributed according to CLLD principles.

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COMMUNITY-LED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (CLLD) FOR ROMA INCLUSION

COMMUNITY-LED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (CLLD) FOR ROMA INCLUSION

ERGO members conducted research in four key countries (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania), aimed at assessing the extent to which Roma inclusion was mainstreamed throughout the CLLD processes, in what concerns both the content of the activities, as well as stakeholder involvement. The research was funded through the International Visegrad Fund. This research was aimed at ensuring increased awareness of the CLLD process, leading to more Roma NGOs taking part in CLLD. Another aim was that CLLD, as a good practice tool, would be continued after 2020, with 10% of EU funds being distributed according to CLLD principles.

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Monitoring Roma inclusion in Community-Led Local Development (CLLD) in Bulgaria

Monitoring Roma inclusion in Community-Led Local Development (CLLD) in Bulgaria

The purpose of this study is to track the implementation of the CLLD strategies in 4 LAG territories. The study is conducted in two directions. On the one hand, to monitor the overall implementation of strategies, difficulties encountered, causes of delay, threats, and more. On the other hand, to assess their immediate impact on the Roma and other vulnerable groups living in the territory of LAG.

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Roma NGOs involvement within Local Action Groups of rural area in the Western region of Romania

Roma NGOs involvement within Local Action Groups of rural area
in the Western region of Romania

The present research aims to analyze the Roma NGO’s/ community involvement in the Local Action Groups’ (LAG) activity of the rural area in the Western region of Romania based on their relation with the public authorities and the LAG’s management teams. In this context, we aim to identify possible active measures for Roma NGO’s in order to strengthen the Roma involvement within the LAG’s and to analyze possible main obstacles based on actors’ perception and experience.

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Support for the least developed districts and regional development in the Slovak Republic

Support for the least developed districts and regional
development in the Slovak Republic

Currently, CLLD support is aimed at strengthening the economic, social and territorial cohesion of predominantly rural areas and ensuring long-term sustainable territorial development, addressing the relationship between rural development centers and their functional background with the potential for complementarity to integrated territorial investment and sustainable development.That is why we have decided to look at other government measures that focus on regional development.

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