EXPERIENCING ROMED A legacy for improved participation of Roma communities

The knowledge, skills and values required to live in a democracy, and the ability to live together in an inclusive community, do not come naturally. And if you are Roma, acquiring that ability also represents engaging in a courageous struggle against discrimination and fighting to access spaces of political participation and decision-making where so often Roma have been rejected. It requires education for change and it obliges all involved to experience and practice ways that are able to convey change. That change has to have the capacity to respond to the collective aspirations of the community. Read more.