Author Archives: Pedro Casermeiro

Pedro Casermeiro

About Pedro Casermeiro

Pedro Casermeiro és llicenciat en Psicologia per la Universitat de Barcelona. És membre de la directiva de Rromane Siklǒvne i de la Fundació Privada Pere Closa. Pedro també es formador en llengua romaní i coordinador del “Museu Virtual del Poble Gitano a Catalunya”.
39 diplomas awarded to Roma for the successful completion of training activities sponsored by the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People

39 diplomas awarded to Roma for the successful completion of training activities sponsored by the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People

On Friday the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People held a ceremony to award diplomas to Roma who had successfully completed training activities organised through the Plan over the last year. The diploma ceremony, which was held at La Caixa Foundation’s Palau Macaya in Barcelona, was attended by more than 70 people to celebrate the […]

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“Romani Women and the Association Movement” panel held

“Romani Women and the Association Movement” panel held

A panel discussion entitled “Romani Women and the Association Movement” organised by the Federation of Roma Associations of Catalonia and the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People was held on Wednesday as part of the commemoration of the 600th anniversary since the arrival of Roma to Catalonia. In spite of successful efforts by the feminist […]

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The Kali Zor Association hosts a youth exchange focused on formal education

The Kali Zor Association hosts a youth exchange focused on formal education

The Kali Zor Association welcomed young university-educated Roma from a number of European countries for a week-long exchange whose aim was to motivate and support students in Badalona’s Sant Roc district. One of the main factors that probably discourages and hinders Roma who opt for studies beyond compulsory education is a lack of positive and […]

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Presentation of the CampusRom Romani university student network

Presentation of the CampusRom Romani university student network

The presentation of CampusRom, a network of Romani students created to promote and support the efforts of Roma to get a university education, was held on Tuesday 19 July. Over the past five years the University Access Group, an initiative of the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People in Catalonia, has encouraged many Roma to […]

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Intensive summer course for Romani students who aspire to go to university

Intensive summer course for Romani students who aspire to go to university

The Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People has launched an intensive summer course to reinforce the academic skills of Roma who are preparing to sit the university entrance exam for students over the age of 25. In recent years, the Comprehensive Plan for the Roma People is giving special attention to the promotion of education. […]

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The La Mina Romani Cultural Centre organises a talk about Camarón de la Isla

The La Mina Romani Cultural Centre organises a talk about Camarón de la Isla

On Friday 1 July, the La Mina Romani Cultural Centre organised a talk about Camarón de la Isla at the Font de la Mina library featuring music producer Ricardo Pachón. Throughout history, flamenco has probably been the vehicle of self-expression through which Spanish Roma have shared the most aspects of their culture with the rest […]

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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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