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Training Guidline for Roma experts and learners

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The toolkit is aimed at providing tools and resources that support Roma integration and the implementation of national Roma inclusion strategies in the fields of education and employment

Aims of the tool

This training toolkit is part of the PAL Project ‘Fighting discrimination and anti-
Gypsyism in education and employment in the EU’. Co-funded by the Rights,
Equality and Citizenship (CER) Programme of the D.G. Justice of the European
Union. The PAL project is led by the University of Limburg with the cooperation of
20 partners from nine countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Greece,
Hungary, Italy, Republic of Slovenia, Romania, and Spain.
The toolkit is aimed at providing tools and resources that support Roma
integration and the implementation of national Roma inclusion strategies in the
fields of education and employment. Having been part of European societies for
centuries, the Roma are the largest ethnic minority in the EU, and they are still
subject to extreme poverty, discrimination, and social exclusion (FRA, 2014a,
2014b). With regards to the protection of fundamental rights and social inclusion,
there are still several complex issues to tackle on national, European and
international levels: segregation, deprived living conditions, labour market
barriers, discrimination against Roma children in education and the consequent
low educational attainment of the Roma population.

Description of the tool

The toolkit is divided into two parts. The first part, called Education Toolkit,
consists of a compilation of issues related to education, and is aimed at helping
low-skilled Roma people return to the education system to improve their
qualifications, or improving Roma children’s performance at school so as to
prevent them from dropping out. The second part, named Employment Toolkit, is
a collection of resources related to employment, in order to improve Roma
employment opportunities.

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Tool overview

Training Guidline for Roma experts and learners

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2096

This tool is for

Roma experts and Roma people and Youth

and addresses

Anti-Racism

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Unknown.

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Elena Kopanarova (on 21 October 2017)

and last modified

3 August 2017

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