EUROPEAN COOPERATION FOR ROMA INCLUSION

This projects aims to training mentors within Roma communities to act as a link between public authorities, organizations and inhabitants.

Our mission is to show the plurality of Roma Cultures, to understand the
mobilities between sending and arriving countries, and to promote access to decent living conditions for Roma families.

Non stereotype trajectories

Discover video portraits of Roma person who live in different cities in Europe.

Alina Serban
Bucharest, Romania

Vesko Dikov and Zlatka Dikova

Bordeaux, France

Sasho Shrikov
Plovdiv, Stolipinovo, Bulgaria

4 Roma Daily Life

Photo Novel from Bucharest, Plovdiv, Pazardjik, Dortmund & Bègles to follow 4 people to illustrate 4 topics.

Roma's culture

Landsmark to understand

If we want to understand the migration of Roma people from Eastern to Western Europe, we should try to understand how the live in their own places.

MAPSS

Helps to make a good diagnostic about ROMA people situation and to identify rights access services for ROMA people

How to build
a local strategy ?

If we want to understand the migration of Roma people from Eastern to Western Europe, we should try to understand how the live in their own places.

TOOLSS

Helps to animate and improve a Task Force for a concerted local action

Mentors

Mentor not a mediator, not an educator

Latest News

Culture

Roma Historical Overview

Roma people are the group that probably has ethnic representatives across Europe and beyond the…
Culture

Roma and religion

There are different views on the religiosity of Roma. Some researchers believe that Roma lack…
News

Interview of Luiza Medeleanu (Roma Euducation Fund) about ECRI at Romania’s national television

In march 2021, Luiza Medeleanu was invited to the national television in Romania, TVR. Luiza…