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Regional training course on Roma youth participation and self-organisation / Curs de formare regional în domeniul participării şi propriei organizări a tinerilor romi

Deadline for applications: 15 September 2017 at 18:00 CET / 15 Septembrie 2017, ora 18:00 CET
Chișinău, Republic of Moldova 25 - 28 October 2017
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Regional training course on Roma youth participation and self-organisation / Curs de formare regional în domeniul participării şi propriei organizări a tinerilor romi

The Youth Department of the Council of Europe within the framework of the Roma Youth Action Plan project will organize a regional training course on youth participation and self-organisation of Roma young people from Republic of Moldova and Romania.

The current call for participants is relaunched with new dates for the training course to take place during 25 - 28 October in the Republic of Moldova.

Aiming to raise participants’ competences to support the self-organisation and participation of young Roma people in decision making processes at local and regional level, the training course will bring together 35 participants from both countries. The event among other is an opportunity for Roma and non-Roma youth, policy stakeholders (Roma and youth relevant authorities), including the national youth councils to ensure that double mainstreaming of Roma youth issues is addressed and supported.  

Capacity-building and the development of competencies of young Roma, organisations and networks has been a central part of the Roma Youth Action Plan project of Youth Department of the Council of Europe.

The deadline for submission of applications forms is by 15 September 2017 at 18:00 CET.  The working language of the training course is Romanian. All candidates must send their complete application form to Marius Jitea at Marius.JITEA@coe.int

Detailed information about the training course

Training course application form


Ca şi parte a Planului de Acţiune pentru Tineri Romi ( RYAP)  Departamentul de Tineret al Consiliului Europei  va organiza un curs de formare regional ce are ca scop creşterea competenţelor participanţilor în susţinerea modalităţilor de auto-organizare şi de participare a tinerilor romi din Republica Moldova şi România. Cursul de formare va avea loc în perioada 25 – 28 Octombrie la Chişinău în Republica Moldova.

Având ca scop scop creşterea competenţelor participanţilor în susţinerea modalităţilor de auto-organizare şi de participare a tinerilor romi, cursul de formare se doreşte a fi o oportunitate de identificare a proceselor de politică publică în care tinerii romi să fie implicaţi iar specificităţile tinerilor romi să devină parte a proceselor de politică de tineret la nivel national şi local.

Cursul de formare va aduce împreună 35 de participanţi din ambele ţări. Evenimentul este o oportunitate pentru tineri (atât romi cât şi tineri ce nu şi-au declarat apartenenţa etnică), pentru decidenţi de la nivel local şi naţional( structuri de reprezentare ale romilor şi autorităţi locale cu resposnabilităţi în domeniu) şi pentru Consiliile Naţionale de Tineret să se asigure că specificităţile tinerilor romi în politicile publice sunt incluse şi susţinute. 

Creşterea capacităţii organizaţionale şi dezvoltarea competenţelor tinerilor romi, a organizaţiilor şi reţelelor acestora reprezintă elementul central al Planului de Acţiune pentru Tineri Romi ( RYAP)  al Departamentul de Tineret al Consiliului Europei.

Termenul limită pentru trimiterea aplicatiei este 15 Septembrie 2017, ora 18:00 CET. Limba de lucru a cursului va fi limba română. Toţi cei interesaţi trebuie să-şi trimită aplicaţiile la adresa de email : Marius.JITEA@coe.int.

Informatii detaliate despre acest curs de formare

Formular de canditatură


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Study visit of the Roma Access Programs of the Central European University to the European Youth Centre Budapest
European Youth Centre Budapest 14 April 2016
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Around 30 students from various European countries currently enrolled at preparatory programmes of the Roma Access Programs have visited the European Youth Center Budapest with the purpose of learning about the work of the Council of Europe as a whole, but also discovering the opportunities available from the Youth Department for young people.

Students were introduced with the work, structure and mandate of the Council of Europe in general with paying a due attention of the organisation’s work in relation to Roma rights. During the second part of the visit students were able to learn more about non-formal education and the specificities of youth work. They participated in an educational activity from Compass the manual for human rights education for young people. At the concluding part of the study visit a presentation was done about the No Hate Speech Movement campaign and the Roma Youth Action Plan. The presentation and the discussion with the students focused on the available opportunities for cooperation, support and learning for young Roma people under the projects but also within the programme of activities of the Youth Department.

 


 

Roma Youth Participation in Action!
http://www.coe.int/en/web/youth-roma/roma-youth-participation-in-action
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Roma Youth Participation in Action!

In case you are eager to learn about real-life best practices of how Roma young people participate and take an active role in their communities, with examples of how this is done, here we are!

A new online publication “Roma Youth Participation in Action” developed by the project team, formed by both researchers and with the input of the Roma youth organisations involved in the Roma Youth Action Plan and of the ROMED programme of the Council of Europe offers good practices, from the local to the European level.

We have strived to keep its style and approach youth-friendly, so that it also speaks to young people and inspires them.

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Read blog entries of young Roma from all over Europe on the No Hate Speech Blog
http://www.coe.int/en/web/youth-roma/respect-the-roma
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On the occasion of the International Romani Day on April 8 members of Roma youth networks, Roma students and activists were invited to share their thoughts, recent experiences or ideas connected to Roma identity, their work or studies.
The aim is to raise the awareness of the wider public about issues that concern young Roma nowadays. We hope that you will find the articles motivating.
The authors were inspired by their everyday impression and challenges they are facing in their activism. At the same time they also bring positive messages on this nice and celebratory day. 

 

„I wish that there will be many Romani young people finding their pieces of puzzle in order to live a decent life“
from A Piece of Puzzle by Denisa Samková

„One of the biggest opportunities that you can get out of life is to go to school and that there are people who believe in us.“
from Education: hard work, but nothing is impossible
by Leila Lázár

“Expressing disagreement with hate speech does not have to be something complicated.”  from Hate speech against Roma and its assimilation into political discourse in Europe by Orsolya Szabó, Phiren Amenca

Please, visit and read the blog here: http://www.coe.int/en/web/youth-roma/respect-the-roma


 

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