From practically our beginnings we participate in projects of competitive European competitions, among others, to contribute in overcoming the triple exclusion that the Roma woman suffers.
Some of the topics that our projects explore are: promotion of the education of Roma women, validation of formal and non-formal competencies to promote their social and labor inclusion, or the promotion of Educational Actions for Success to overcome educational barriers for the Roma population of all ages.
The work carried out in some of the European projects we have coordinated has been recognized by the European Commission through different awards such as Gold Award Grundtvig, Succes Story or Good Practice Example.
EUROPEAN COORDINATED PROJECTS
|Young Voices Project
Erasmus+ funded project (2017-2019) aimed to:
|ROM-ACT “This project was part of the Lifelong Learning Programme from the European Commission where seven partners made up the consortium and were from various EU countries”. The ROM-ACT project aims at expanding access of Roma women to validation of non-formal and informal learning systems and strengthen its educational, social and labour inclusion. Coordinator: Drom Kotar Mestipen.
|ROM-UP! “The inclusion of the Roma people through success of quality educational experiences”. Funded with the support of the European Commission in the framework of the LifeLong Learning Programme (2012-2013) . Coordinator: Drom Kotar Mestipen.|
|EDUCAROM “Teaching materials for adults: the Roma community” Funded by the European Union within the framework of the Socrates Programme, and specifically the Grundtvig 1 Action (2005-2007). Coordinator: Drom Kotar Mestipen.|
EUROPEAN PROJECTS WHERE WE WERE CONSORTIUM PARTNERS
|SALEACOM “Overcoming inequalities in schools and Learning Communities: Innovative education for a new century”. Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) (2015-2017). EU Horizon 2020. Coordinator: Universidad Rovira y Virgili.|
|IMPLOED “Implementing Outreach, Empowerment, Diversity project for a more inclusive and equal society”. Funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission (2016-2018). Coordinator: European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA).|
|Barabal “Gender mainstreaming in the education of the Roma population” LifeLong Learning Programme financed with the support of the European Commission. Coordinator: Unión Romani.|
|EduRom “Promoting the access of Roma to LLP, VET and employment through family education in Primary schools” Part of the Lifelong Learning Programme. This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. The main objective of the EduRom project is to expand the access of the Roma people to lifelong learning and vocational training programmes and to the labour market, through the acquisition of key competences. At the same time, this will impact on the academic success of Roma children and girls.|
|MS4ROW “A mentoring system for Roma women and their vocational and educational path”. Part of the Lifelong Learning Programme. This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. Coordinator: Cik Trebnje (Eslovenia).
|DAPHNE a step forward “Empowering young people and women from local Roma Communities”. This project has been funded with the support of the program DAPHNE of the European Commission (2013-2015). Coordinator: Amalipe.
|OED “Outreach, Empowerment, Diversity” Financed by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme. Coordinator: European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA).|
EUROPEAN PROJECTS IN WHICH WE HAVE COLLABORATED
|Includ-ED “Strategies for inclusion and social cohesion in Europe from education” The research leading to these results has received funding from European Community’s Sixth Framework Program (FP6/2006-2011) under grant agreement: 028603.|
|Mestipen Romi: “Mestipen Romi: Roma Woman woman and associations in Spain. Challenges and contributions”. National Plan I D I. Interministerial Commission on Science and technology. Ministry of labour and Social Affairs / Institute for women (2004-2006).|
|Workaló “The Creation of New Occupational Patterns for Cultural Minorities: The Gypsy Case” The project is part of the fifth framework of the European Commission and falls under the specific Programme of ‘Improving the Socioeconomic Knowledge Base’ (2001-2004).|
|Callí Butipen “Roma Woman and the Labor Market” National Plan I D I. Interministerial Commission on Science and technology. Ministry of labour and Social Affairs / Institute for women (2003-2004).|
|Brudila Callí “Roma women against exclusion. Overcoming the absenteeism and school failure of girls and Roma adolescents” National Plan I D I. Institute of women, inter-ministerial Commission for science and technology, Ministry of labour and Social Affairs (2000-2003).|