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


International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021 – ERGO Network statement In 2005, the United Nations General Assembly designated 27 January as the international commemoration day in memory of the millions of victims of the Holocaust.  On 27 January 1945 the Red Army liberated the Nazi concentration camps in Auschwitz, where millions of people were murdered. The
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Transparency criteria now available in Bulgarian, Romanian, Lithuanian ERGO Network’s transparency and accountability criteria give recommendations on how grassroots civil society organisations should be governed and managed in order to be reliable and accountable. Fulfilling the criteria will bring attention to an organisation’s quality work. The set of criteria focuses on governance, financial management and
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Recommendations for the national strategic frameworks under the new EU Roma strategic framework for equality, inclusion and participation On 7 October 2020, the European Commission published a Communication to the European Parliament and the Council on the new Strategic Framework for Roma Equality, Inclusion and Participation for 2020-2030. The new framework is replacing the previous
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PECAO’s workshop materials and media monitoring tool are available for download With approximately 12 Million people living in Europe for centuries, the Roma are the continent’s biggest ethnic minority. At the same time they are the its most disliked and discriminated minority, with every third person not wanting to have a Roma neighbour and 80%
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On #HolocaustRemembranceDay we light a virtual candle for those who suffered the horror.

Together with @VictimSupportEU @ILGAEurope @ERGO_Network we reaffirm our commitment to counter antisemitism, racism, and other forms of intolerance.


On #HolocaustRemembranceDay we remind the world that #antigypsyism and #antisemitism have never stopped. We cannot allow that once again we are scapegoated and our humanity stripped away. History shall will never be repeated.

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Today @hrabanova is speaking about the impact of the #Covid19 pandemic on #Roma at the #CDWD #WorldSocialForum seminar.

Around the world, communities discriminated based on work and descent suffer disproportionately under lockdowns and have less access to health care.

The vicious circle of poverty & discrimination are powerful barriers in accessing education and training for #Roma, even more so during the #pandemic.

We must ensure equal access to quality & inclusive education so that no child will be left behind!

My report on affordable housing was adopted!
A very strong signal from the European Parliament that we can no longer stand by and need to take action to tackle the housing crisis with all tools at hand. 🏡🏡🏡 #housing4all

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