Projects / Working together for Roma Inclusive education

The  project aims to exchange experience among  stake­holders from three countries with experience in Roma so­cial inclusion  and particularly in the inclusion of Roma children in the lower secondary education.           

The project will facilitate the exchange of experience and good practices between the participating organizations re­garding the national developments in Roma inclusion in education, as well as tools and methods which they applied or implemented and achieved positive results.

The participating organizations are two schools, one school inspector public organization, two NGOs and one cosul­tancy  company.

The project will examine:

· How these successful tools and methods were ap­plied or implemented.

· What was their impact?

· What worked and what didn’t in the given socio­economic environment.

· A small-scale pilot is foreseen in order to test good practices in all 3 participating countries, as they derived from their successful implementation in the other 2 countries.


Exchange of experience through pilot testing in different social backgrounds

The small scale pilot testing exercise will give the opportu­nity for further exchange of experiences, as well as the pro­vision of evidence to authorities and the educational per­sonnel, as to the outcomes of the pilot and the transferabil­ity of these good practices to other localities with different socioeconomic characteristics. Additionally, experience gained during the Project implementation, and feedback received from the other “recipient” countries where the same method or tool was piloted, will assist in improving the application of the method in the initial country.


The project’s activities, and in particular the exchange of experiences and good practices from other countries, including the pilot will provide the participating or­ganizations with new ideas, tools and methods, or complement and/or improve ex­isting ones that could further promote inclusive  education.


The pilot of tools and methods, and especially the evaluation of their transfer­ability, is particularly important. It is expected that while some of these have prom­ising results in one country, this might not be the case in other countries with differ­ent socioeconomic characteristics. However, some of the piloted tools methods might bring promising results in all three countries regarding the inclusion of Roma children in education and in particular in lower secondary education. The identifica­tion of such practices can strengthen the efficiency of each partner’s efforts,  en­hancing at the same time the know-how of the organization and the involved staff.

Report “Transnational experiences and lessons learnt from the local implementation of activities for the promotion of Roma inclusive education” was developed within the project to present results of the project and good practices implemented.

The broshure of the project is available here.

Newsletters for the project can be downladed from here.

Newsletter 1     Newsletter 2     Newsletter 3      Newsletter 4     

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