ERRC Scholarship Recipients 2002/2003

10 May 2003

In November 2002, the ERRC awarded scholarships to the following Romani university students of law and/or public administration for the school year 2002-2003:

ALBANIA

  • Saimir Mile

BULGARIA

  • Simona Krasenova Aleksieva
  • Borislav Borisov
  • Viktoria Borisova
  • Marko Kirilov Dimitrov
  • Raia Racheva Dimitrova
  • Angel Ivanov Getsov
  • Gosho Goshov
  • Biser Ivanov
  • Kiril Kirilov
  • Desislava Toshkova Kirilova
  • Stella Kirilova
  • Djevid Sali Mahmud
  • Peter Ruskov Malinov
  • Diana Panayotova
  • Martin Alekseev Pinev
  • Daniela Kirilova Simeonova
  • Orhan Tahir
  • Lidia Kostadinova Topischeva

CROATIA

  • Aleksandar Durdević

HUNGARY

  • Andrea Balogh
  • Beáta Balogh
  • Attila Bán
  • Ăgnes Bedi
  • Károly Borovszky
  • Zoltán Csatári
  • Csilla Felhősi
  • Csaba Gomány
  • Kálmán Horváth
  • József Ignácz
  • Andrea Juhász-Miczura
  • Sándor Katona
  • József Kovács
  • Zsolt Mezei
  • Éva Orsós
  • Béla Sárközi
  • Ferenc Szabó
  • Szilvia Szabó
  • Anikó Szelezsán
  • Gyöngyi Sziklai
  • Krisztián Ürmös
  • György Vándor
  • Károly Vígh
  • Brigitta Zsákai

LATVIA

  • Kristine Lemesis
  • Rustam Matulevich
  • Vanda Zamicka

MACEDONIA

  • Erol Ademov
  • Enej Alimanov
  • Regepali Cupi
  • Gjulten Dalipovska
  • Enis Ibrahim
  • Sead Ismail
  • Iljaz Ismaili
  • Ramco Kundevski
  • Idaver Memedov
  • Selmani Mevlude
  • Senad Memedi
  • Senad Mustafov
  • Kenan Sakiri

MOLDOVA

  • Pavel Andrejchenko
  • Oleg Kolechko
  • Kristina Raducan

ROMANIA

  • Doru Badea
  • Claudia Cerasela Banică
  • Adrian Bostan
  • M. Cristina Bran
  • Adelina Jeni Brozban
  • Sanda (Sarpe) Budescu
  • Virginia Budescu
  • Monica Margit Buta
  • Marina Calin
  • Maria Daniela Cîmpeanu
  • Laura-Greta Constantin
  • Constantina Braia Daniela
  • Nicolae Dincă
  • Constantin Gina-Dorina
  • Ion Daniel Dumitru
  • Ionuț-Daniel Feraru
  • Ștefan-Silviu Firu
  • Carmen Gheorghe
  • Arun Iancu
  • Robert Laurențiu Iapornicu
  • Mihai Cristi Ionuț
  • Gheorghe I. Iorga
  • Roberta Kővári
  • Liana Lăcătuş
  • Angela Carina Lapazan
  • Verginica-Mădălina Mangiru
  • Carmen Magdalena Marcu
  • Dinu Marinel
  • Darius Matache
  • Maria Luminița Mihai
  • Mitică Mihai
  • Virgil-Cristi Mihalache
  • Gheorghe Valentin Miu
  • Anamaria Moldovan
  • Daniela Laura Moldovan
  • Eugen Cassius Moldovan
  • Florin Claudiu Moldovan
  • Gelu Moldovan
  • Luminița Nica (Tecaru)
  • Gheorghe Villiam Oaie
  • Gabriela Jeni Panait
  • Constantin Bădeanu Popescu
  • Elena Bădeanu Popescu
  • Giorgian Bogdan Radu
  • T. Viorel Radu
  • Eva Serdean
  • Mahulea Flora Spartacus
  • Elena Stan
  • Sandu Ionel Stan
  • C. Vergica Stanciu
  • D. Gheorghe Stanciu
  • Nicolae Stanciu
  • Taba Stanica
  • Sandu S. Stelian
  • Ancuța Mihaela Târnovețchi
  • Ioana-Cristina Toma
  • Irina Toma
  • Nicolae I. Daniel Tomiță
  • Gabriela Trandafirescu
  • Elena Daniela Tudor
  • Maria Ursu
  • Petru Ursu
  • Petru-Ștefan Varga
  • Alexandru Vasile Vasile
  • Camelia Vasilica

RUSSIA

  • Jan Sokol

SCOTLAND

  • Keri McCormick

UKRAINE

  • Rustam Andreychenko
  • Renata Balog
  • Serhij Borovij
  • Brigitta Jonash
  • Ibolya Keselj
  • Malvina Lakatosh
  • Vasily Kirichenko
  • Aladar Pap, junior
  • Aladar Pap, senior
  • AlexandrYurchenko

YUGOSLAVIA

  • Alit Amzić
  • Sanja Balić
  • Aleksandar Balinović
  • Gordan Janceski
  • Maja Jovanović
  • Željko Jovanović
  • Jelica Lakatos

The European Roma Rights Center considers supporting Romani students of law and public administration among its most important activities. We are deeply persuaded of the necessity for a strong generation of legally competent Roma to engage in activism, if a Roma rights agenda is ultimately to be secured. We are also convinced that to date, Roma have been deprived of the opportunity to become involved in human rights work on behalf of other weak groups, such as ethnic and religious minorities in your country and other countries, migrants, women and homosexuals, to name only a few. A university degree in law and/or public administration can be an important basis for rights work - whether on behalf of Roma or of others.

Formal legal training, however, does not make an activist, and a generation of Roma who have completed law school will be only that: a generation of Romani lawyers. Only sustained and engaged human rights praxis makes the advocate. The skills you learn in law school will only have Roma rights value if they are used to bring about social change. In addition, it is not even clear whether legal training alone can provide the kind of creativity in rights work required to engage in human rights work well. The ERRC strongly encourages you to become involved in grassroots, human rights activism at the community level. In addition, we suggest that it is in your and the public interest that you seek opportunities for further training at any one of the growing number of institutions in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe and elsewhere in the world that can provide supplementary human rights training and/or other perspectives on human rights work. A number of such institutions offer scholarships and other programmes designed to support talented members of minority communities. Any programmes existing are very probably publicly announced. A good first stop is the ERRC links page, where a number of organisations offering training programmes have links: http://errc.org/links/index.shtml

Some training programmes are available through the ERRC: the ERRC provides human rights training in the framework of an internship programme, organises a summer workshop for Romani activists, as well as other training workshops. To find out more about these programmes, please check our website at: http://errc.org/grants/index.shtml. Participating in these programmes can provide the opportunity to learn about human rights activism in theory and in practice, as well as to meet and learn from experts who have been working in this field for a long time. In addition, taking part in such programmes can provide you with access to the valuable resources in the ERRC library.

Europako Rromano Čačipasko Centro gindil kaj žutipe Rromane studentonge save phiren po juristikano univerziteto vaj save sitjuven publiko administracia si lesko maj vasno aktiviteto. Amen gindis kaj si but importanto/vasno te e Rroma phiren pe gasave univerzitetura thaj maj palal te len than sar aktivistura godolese kaj atoska/atunči Rromane čačimaski/xakajengi agenda ka avel po lačho drom. Amen zurales patjas kaj dži akana, e Rromen naj sasa šaipe te len than/participirin ande manušikane čačimaski buti ando anav e etnikane vaj religiake minoriteturengo, migranturengo, džuvljengo thaj homoseksualcurengo. Juristikani diploma vaj diploma andar publiko administracia šaj avel lačhi baza pala manušikane čačimaski buti vaj ando anav e Rromengo vaj ando anav avere grupengo pala save opre ramosardam/lekhardam.

Formalo legalo treningo, či kerel jekh aktivisto, thaj Rromane generacie save agorisarde juristikane univerzitetura ka aven numaj godo: generacia Rromane juristurengo. Numaj zurali manušikane čačimaski praksa kerel advokato. Kadale talentura save tumen sitjuven ande juristikane škole ka aven lačhe e Rromenge numaj te von utilizin pes areslimasa te keren pes sociale parudipa. O ERRC kamel zurales te del tumen zor te aven manušikane čačimaske aktivistura po komunitetosko levelo. Kamas te phenas tumenge kaj si ande tiro thaj ande publiko intereso te roden šaipa pala treningo ande institucie sar kodola ande: USA, Kanada, Vesto Europa thaj pe svako aver than savo šaj kerel tumenge manušikane čačimasko treningo vaj roden aver manušikane čačimaske perspektive. Baro numbri gasave instituciengo del stipendie thaj kerdine si but programura save žutin talentuime manušen andar minoriteturenge komunitetura. O ERRC šaj sikavel tumenge o drom pala varesave programura save maj pala šaj žutin tumenge. Svako programo savo šaj žutil tumenge si publiko prezentuime. Maj anglal šaj džan pe ERRC linkura thaj gothe šaj dikhen but organizacie save keren trening programura: http://errc.org/links/index.shtml.

Varesave trening programura šaj astaren pes maškar ERRC: O ERRC kerel manušikane čačimaske treningura ando fremo pire intership programosko, organizuil milaeske workshop-ura pala Rromane aktivistura thaj kerel vi aver trening workshop-ura. Te kamen te arakhen vareso maj but katar kadale programura, šukar kamas tumendar te džan pe amaro website:  http://errc.org/grants/index.shtml

Te lena than ande kadale programura ka sitjuven maj but katar manušikane čačipasko/xakajengo aktivizmo ande teoria thaj ande praksa, thaj šaj maladon vi sitjuven katar ekspertura save kerde manušikane čačimaski buti lungo vrama. Tumen šaj pindžaren vi aktivisruren saven šaj avel egalutne problemura thaj pharipa sar vi tumen. Participacia ande gasave programura šaj del tumen šansa te ginaven vareso andar barvali ERRC biblioteka.

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