29.11.2017Roma integration and the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union

On November 22, Veliko Tarnovo hosted a meeting dedicated to the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Minister Lilyana Pavlova, Mr. Daniel Panov, Mayor of Veliko Tarnovo and Regional Governor Prof. Lubomira Popova took part in it. Minister Pavlova presented the motto of the Bulgarian Presidency, United We Stand Strong, and the four priorities under the Bulgarian Presidency: 1) the debate on the future of Europe and young people, and the debate on the future of Cohesion Policy and the forthcoming budget; 2) security and stability; 3) the theme for the Western...

28.11.2017Early marriages prevention network project - final conference

The final conference in the agenda of Early Marriage Prevention Network Project on the topic of "Professionals, Parents and Children Combating Early Marriages in  Roma Communities" was held on 24 November 2017 in Brussels, Belgium Representatives of the project partners: "Opportunity and Protection Association", Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance Amalipe, Cell for Alternative Youth Activities (Greece), European Roma Information Office, Pere Closa Foundation (Spain), Adult Education Centre Kočevje (Slovenia). The project partners presented their work in the...

20.11.2017Final Conference within the SERCo project was held in Athens

On November 03 th – 05 th  2017 representatives of CIDT "Amalipe" participated in a work meeting and a final conference, organized by the University of Piraeus Research Centre (UPRC), Greece, within the project "SERCO - Social entrepreneurship in a Roma community in Athens, Greece. The SERCo project aims to address the problem of social and economic inclusion of Roma communities in the partner countries by applying the concept of social economy as an innovative solution to reducing the risk of poverty and to enhancing entrepreneurship.  The work meeting was...

20.11.2017A Roma woman has been slected Vice President of the European Parliament

Livia Jaroka became the first woman of Roma origin to be elected Vice - President of the European Parliament in a plenary session on November 15, 2017, by 290 voices in favour. Livia Jaroka is a Hungarian politician and in 2004 she was the first female member of the European Parliament in Strasbourg of Roma origin. Jaroka is from the Hungarian conservative Fidesz party and is in the EPP Group. In the Parliament, she participates in several committees, including the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Livia Jaroka was born on October 6, 1974, in the town...

20.11.2017Opening ceremony of the Fifth National Meeting of School Parliaments - School of tolerance

  Education would not solve all the problems in the Roma community, but without education, no problem could be solved!, said Ombudsman Maya Manolova at the opening of the Fifth National Meeting of Representatives of the Students' Parliaments from the country - Leader Academy "School of Tolerance" organized by Amalipe Center. "In Bulgaria, one of every seven child aged 15 to 18 does not study or work, which is an extremely high percentage. It is clear that education is the only chance to live outside the ghetto, the most important factor for having a good job, good income...
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