RARE Changing Discourses, Changing Practices: The Roma as Human Resource

Roma people are the largest ethnic minority in the European Union (EU) and among the most deprived, facing social exclusion, discrimination and unequal access to employment, education, housing and health. Most of the estimated 5,2 M Roma people living in the Danube Region today still face intolerance, discrimination and exclusion from the labour market.

Therefore, RARE aims to enhance the capacities of and cooperation among actors having a stake in the labour market participation of the Roma in order to better exploit their economic potential.
RARE Partners will define the prerequisites of effective institutional cooperation, elaborate and test innovative intervention models for labour market inclusion and will develop convincing economic argumentation for such interventions.

The leveraging of know-how acquired in RARE will be facilitated by persuasive and easily digestible presentation of knowledge facilitated through sensitisation activities and transnational and national networks of stakeholders.

Changing Discourses, Changing Practices: The Roma as Human Resource
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
31-08-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2039082,1
ERDF Contribution: 1436606,95
IPA Contribution: 296612,79
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Well-governed Danube region
Specific objective
Improve institutional capacities to tackle major societal challenges

Library

Filename Date of upload
Good practices and economy projections synthesis 18-04-2018 12:30:26
Economy projections 18-04-2018 12:28:18
Deficiency map- Labour Market 05-10-2017 09:53:45
Leaflet 26-09-2017 10:38:37
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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta Lead partner meszaros.eszter@maltai.hu HUNGARY
City of Pécs, Urban Development Company ERDF partner egry.dora@pvfzrt.hu HUNGARY
Impreuna Agency for Community Development Foundation ERDF partner gelu.duminica@agentiaimpreuna.ro ROMANIA
Municipality of Sfantu Gheorge ERDF partner buja_gergely@yahoo.com ROMANIA
Department for Interethnic Relations - General Secretariat of the Government ERDF partner eniko.lacziko@dri.gov.ro ROMANIA
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Project News

  • RARE - Final Conference in Serbia
    - 17-05-2019
    Final Conference in Serbia

    The final conference on the RARE project was held on Thursday, May 16, 2019, in Novi Sad, at the Assembly Hall of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. At the conference, the results of the project were presented, and their experiences were...

  • RARE - Local Open Seminar in Budapest
    - 06-05-2019
    Local Open Seminar in Budapest

    The workplace and employe of the future- Local Open Sminar was organized in Budapest. Experts discussed the challanges and opportunities of vulnerable groups, Roma people, women. We talked about that how the technology and robots will serve/help...

  • RARE - Sharing the experiences in Romania
    - 25-04-2019
    Sharing the experiences in Romania

    Experts from Know How Centre and  Roma Inclusion Office from Serbia visited the pilot project in Őrkő, Romania. The project aims to  integrate the Roma community by facilitating their entry into the labour market. At the meeting the members...

  • RARE - The stories of success
    - 04-04-2019
    The stories of success

    Amalipe Center held the seminar 'The stories of success' within the RARE project. The event was organized in a new and unknown for the public format – “pecha-kucha”, which brings casual environment and encourages an open dialogue between the...

  • RARE - Photos behind the scene
    - 20-03-2019
    Photos behind the scene

    The implementation of the pilot projects will be ended soon in the framework of RARE project.  See our photos of the trainings and on the job trainings in Hungary, Romania and...

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