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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 recent developments in the project 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 main 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

02 Jun 2020

Between 10th of March and 09th of April 2020, Terre des hommes Foundation Romania organized 11 webinars on topics related to Roma ethnicity, anti-discrimination and school performance, inclusive and interactive methods in educational contexts. The...

Publications

01 Oct 2019

The study report in Romania presents the teachers’ needs for professional training in order to deliver high quality, non-disruptive and non-discriminatory education to Roma children in international migration. The present report is produced within...

01 Oct 2019

The study report in France presents the teachers’ needs for professional training in order to deliver high quality, non-disruptive and non-discriminatory education to Roma children in international migration. (The report is based on a field research...

01 Dec 2019

This document has been drafted in the context of the Project MISTO AVILEAN!, which has the main aim to address the difficulties faced by Roma children of Romanian origin to continue with their compulsory educational process when migrating with their...

01 Jun 2019

Data collection methodology to identify the obstacles faced by Roma children on the move when migrating between schools and countries like Romania, France and Spain (EN). The data collection methodology presents the main objectives, target group and...

Learn more about this issue

05 Sep 2019

The European Commission published the 2019 report focusing on national implementation of Roma inclusion measures. The report shows the most vital factors influencing four policy areas (education, employment, health, housing), as well as trends...

17 May 2019

Save the Children defines inclusive education as “one dimension of a rights-based quality education which emphasises equity in access and participation and responds positively to the individual learning needs and competencies of all children....

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