Monthly Archives: June 2016

Approval of the Romani People and Social Innovation Programme

The Catalan Government has recently approved the Romani People and Social Innovation Programme, whose objectives are to draft the new Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People, as well as to generate a new administrative structure which in the medium term will manage policies aimed at promoting the inclusion and advancement of Roma. Over the last […]

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FAGIC launches the “Sam Roma, Sam Manusha” project

FAGIC launches the “Sam Roma, Sam Manusha” project

The Federation of Roma Associations of Catalonia organised an event between young Roma and members of the Parliament of Catalonia as a starting point for a project to promote the political participation of young Roma. Young Roma account for about 50% of the Romani population in Europe. In spite of this fact, their opinions and […]

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Teatre Rromanò

Teatre Rromanò

On Monday 20 June the Fundació Privada Pere Closa and students from the Antoni Botey School presented a Teatre Rromanò production at the Teatre Principal in Badalona. Teatre Rromanò is a project supported by the Fundació Privada Pere Closa designed to bring Romani culture and values to schools through the performing arts. A little more […]

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Barcelona hosts youth exchange on Art and Romani Activism

Barcelona hosts youth exchange on Art and Romani Activism

For five days, a diverse range of young Roma from European countries participated in a youth exchange in Barcelona organised by the Associació Intercultural Nakeramos to analyse the role that art can play in combating anti-Roma discrimination. Over the last decade, the European Commission has strongly promoted the exchange of ideas and experiences from different […]

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Conclusion of the “Rom21: Young Roma of the 21st century” project

Conclusion of the “Rom21: Young Roma of the 21st century” project

On Friday 3 June, the Rom21 project sponsored by the Fundació Pere Closa concluded with a ceremony at the Badalona History Museum that was hosted by the city’s mayor. The Fundació Privada Pere Closa (FPPC) began its work with children and young people in the late 1990s by supporting the education of Romani students. After […]

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