22 February 2013
Romani CRISS, in partnership with the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University, Greek Helsinki Monitor, the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), Life Together and Integro Association Bulgaria, is launching the DARE-Net project: Desegregation and Action for Roma in Education-Network.
1 January 2012
Through this project, the ERRC provides direct legal assistance to Romani victims of torture and members of their families in various countries. In 2012, the ERRC will provide such direct legal assistance in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
6 July 2011
The ERRC is a consultant to a two-year project implemented by Transitions Online, the Foundation Mediacenter for Media and Civil Society, the Kali Sara Roma Information Center, the
1 January 2011
This project implemented by the ERRC aims to provide legal assistance to victims of torture and members of their family in various countries. In 2011, under the project the ERRC is providing direct legal assistance for Romani victims of torture in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
Protecting the Rights of Romani Children in the Child Protection System in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Slovakia
8 January 2010
This project, implemented by the ERRC in partnership with the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee, the Milan Simecka Foundation and osservAzione, aims to identify rights violations and other problems associated with Romani children in State care in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Slovakia. It aims to assess whether or not Romani children are dispropo ...
Trafficking Romani youth and women in Eastern and Central Europe: Analysing the effectiveness of national laws and policies in prevention and victim support
23 March 2009
To date, research and data have been very limited on the issue of trafficking of Romani youth and women in Central and Eastern Europe, despite numerous reports on trafficking highlighting the fact that minority groups, particularly Romani communities (in Europe) are particularly vulnerable to this modern from of slavery. The availability of data regarding traff ...
23 March 2009
In September 2008, the ERRC began work on a 2-year project to empower grassroots Romani organisations to participate effectively in the development of legal and policy tools for protection against discrimination and to increase the prominence of issues of non-compliance of domestic law and practice with international human rights standards. Capacity-building ac ...
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) study “Respecting, Protecting and Promoting the Right to Free Movement and Residence in the Member States of the European Union: The Case of the Roma”
23 March 2009
In December 2009, the ERRC began work on a study commissioned by the Fundamental Rights Agency concerning the movement of Romani EU citizens within the EU, focusing on the movement of Roma to Finland, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. The ERRC is implementing this study in consortium with Fundacíon Secretariado Gitano (FSG), Fédération nationale d ...
European Commission (EC) project “Activities to Improve the Impact of Policies, Programmes and Projects Aimed at the Social Inclusion and Non-Discrimination of Roma People in the EU”
25 February 2009
In response to widespread recognition of persistent discrimination and social exclusion of Roma, stakeholders including European Union institutions, European governments, inter-governmental bodies, funding institutions, and civil organisations have focused increasingly on policy and programming measures to effect positive change in the lives of Roma. The ERRC, ...
Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) project “Comparative report on the housing conditions of Roma and Travellers in the EU”
24 February 2009
In January 2009, the ERRC in partnership with Pavee Point Travellers Centre, began a project to explore the housing problems of Roma and Travellers across the EU, as well as highlight significant initiatives that would improve their living conditions. The study is intended to provide the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) with the essential evid ...