Local task forces



  • SHARE: knowledge on the lifestyles of Roma families and on the way they have access (or not) to public services in the city, in terms of housing, employment, health, education, social assistance, culture and leisure


  • COORDINATE: the intervention of the actors, by knowing better who does what, to work on the accessibility of the proposed services, and to develop a greater complementarity between the actions implemented by the various partners.


  • INNOVATE: imagine new actions and new working methods to improve support for families and anticipate their future needs.


  • THE MUNICIPALITY: which runs programmes and public services for access to rights for Roma families


  • ASSOCIATIONS AND NGOs in the territory that accompany Roma families on the ground to facilitate their access to aid, housing, care, employment, education, culture and leisure


  • LOCAL INSTITUTIONS that allocate resources (subsidies) and run social services to support Roma families


  • REPRESENTATIVES OF ROMA FAMILIES: to “do with” ROMA, to better understand the functioning of certain families, to better integrate the diversity of ROMA cultures present on the territory, to better appreciate the displacements between the country of origin and the host country, to translate, if need be, certain infirmations towards the families


  • A CHARTER of operation: which commits its signatories to respecting clear rules of deontology linked to the sharing of information. As well as values linked to the respect of the dignity of the persons supported.


  • AN INTERCATIVE MAP: to promote information sharing and access to public services in the area, a sort of dynamic directory that specifies the nature of the support offered by local partners.


  • REGULAR MEETINGS every two months to monitor developments, coordinate interventions and evaluate the implementation of actions.


  • A PUBLIC REPORT: which each year presents the actions carried out and the (qualitative) diagnoses of the needs of families carried out.