On February 1, 2021, he started the project The school for all the kids!
Partners: This is a school segregation monitoring project carried out by the Center for Advocacy and Human Rights - CADO in partnership with the Association of Community Development Consultants - ACDC.
Duration: February 2021 – may 2022.
Seven local NGOS in the counties of Brașov, Cluj-napoca, Constanta, Ialomita, Maramureș, Mureș and partners for this project will have the capacity as a watchdog in the systematic documentation of the cases of school segregation in the development and implementation of advocacy campaigns, in order to determine the factors of the decision to put an end to cases of separation, as well as the provision of support to the victims of school segregation, packing, thus the goal of the expert institution in the field at the local level. The project is a continuation and a consolidation of efforts in the fight against school segregation, and discrimination against students of roma origin submitted as part of a previous project School for all children! carried out between April 2015 and April 2016, following the successful approach is already being developed.
The innovation of this project is to monitor as well as the phenomenon of segregation in the educational system as well as the application of the Methodology for the analysis of the Segregation of the Schools of the Ministry of National Education, which was adopted in December of 2019 the 11 counties of Brasov, bacau, Botosani, Cluj-napoca, Constanta, Iasi, romania, Ialomita Ilfov-Bucharest, romania, Maramureș, Mureș county and Suceava county. Other innovations will be the development of a specific procedure for the investigation of cases of separation to apply to the competent institutions in the field, and to the achievement of advocacy at the european level for a change in the legal framework and practices relating to the regulation, monitoring, and ensuring access to justice for the victims of school segregation.
Last, but not least, the project aims to increase the level of knowledge and awareness of the general public as well as the 1,200 parents of roma and non-roma, and the 2,400 students from the high school/out of school gymnasium in the 11 counties of the impact of segregation and discrimination, on the law of equal opportunities to education for roma children, and the legal counsel of the over 600 of the legal representatives of the victims of school segregation.
"Working together for an inclusive Europe!"
The project is carried out by the Center for Advocacy and Human Rights (CADO) in partnership with the Association of Community Development Consultants (ACDC) and benefits from funding in the amount of 245,973 euros, through the Active Citizens Fund Romania program, financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through EEA Grants 2014-2021. The content of this website does not necessarily represent the official position of the EEA and Norwegian Grants 2014-2021; for more information go to www.eeagrants.org. Information about Active Citizens Fund Romania is available at www.activecitizensfund.ro.
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