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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to present you with this newsletter which has been prepared as part of the MISTO AVILEAN! regional project.

The project is implemented by Terre des hommes Foundation Romania in partnership with: Terre des hommes Foundation Hungary, Fundación Secretariado Gitano in Spain, and Afeji in France. Through this partnership, the MISTO AVILEAN! project aims to ensure non-discriminatory and non-disruptive education for Roma children engaged in migration.

In this newsletter, you may read about the latest project news and learn more about the issue which the MISTO AVILEAN! project is dealing with. Visit their website to find out more about the project, its activities and results. https://www.misto-avilean.eu/

You may join their community of practice to gain access to a database with registered international education specialists (professional profiles, contact details, publications) who are active in areas such as Education / Migration / Vulnerable persons / Roma ethnicity. You can also be part of this international professional network, by sharing your profile, contact details and publications with other registered users.

News

21 Sep 2020

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR EXTERNAL EVALUATION FOR THE PROJECT “MISTO AVILEAN” Terre des hommes is looking for an external evaluator for the project Misto Avilean ((in romani, Welcome) Migration = Integration: Service Transfer Optimisation — MISTO”...

08 Sep 2020

A series of school events will start this month as 20 teachers from 12 counties in Romania volunteer to promote inclusion of Roma children in school. The Mișto Avilean project of Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania launched the initiative this...

08 Sep 2020

REF’s implementing partner organizations under the Emergency Fund in Serbia have delivered 205 tablets with Internet access to Roma children to proceed with online studies in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The Center for Education of Roma and...

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30 Jun 2020

While closing down school activities due to COVID-19 affected all children, the lives of refugee and migrant children were particularly touched. For them, going to school, meeting new friends and going out of the refugee camps brought them out of...

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27 Aug 2020

"The lack of adequate nutrition, quality healthcare and prevention services, vaccination, affordable medicines, learning activities, child protection measures, and opportunities for decent housing and safe living influence children’s life...

09 Sep 2020

Rositsa Milkova and Cath Larkins published this online report on the University of Central Lancashire to presents findings from research on the impact of COVID-19 on Roma children and the barriers to their health and wellbeing. The report is based...

25 Jun 2020

In times of crisis as during the COVID-19 pandemic, cities are at the forefront to provide continuity of access to services for the most vulnerable citizens. To support them in these times, EUROCITIES working group Roma inclusion met online on 2...

27 Aug 2020

Mobile School NPO is a Belgian organisation dedicated to empowering autonomous organisations working with street-connected children throughout the world. They develop mobile school carts and educational materials and train local street workers to...

31 Aug 2020

The City Council of Vilnius has recently accepted its new programme for 2020-2023, which aims to reduce the social exclusion of Roma people with a special focus on education, health care and culture. The programme will offer Roma families with minor...

29 Aug 2020

Sinti and Roma should be banned from city centres. According to a recent study on authoritarianism, 49.2% of Germans agree with this statement. Moreover, more than 60 per cent of respondents said they believe these minority groups are predisposed to...

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