The project aims to create sustainable mechanisms for improving the condition and opportunities of people living in marginalized Roma communities through effective integrated approaches, increasing access of Roma and other vulnerable groups to better services in the following sectors: social assistance, education, employment and health.
The “10 Keys” is a very handy practical communication manual on how to create consistent and engaging human rights messages. The manual is available in all EU languages plus in Albanian, Macedonian, Serbian, Turkish, and Russian.
Project: “Integrated approaches for inclusion and empowerment of the Roma ethnos in Montana and Boychinovtsi”
The project targets at one of the largest and marginalized Roma communities in Northwestern Bulgaria, in Montana Municipality and Boychinovtsi Municipality, approximately 8,500 people. The main goal is to improve the life of this community by significantly improving access to health, social and educational services, contributing to a lasting change in the attitudes towards Roma in Montana, working to overcome segregation and creating sustainable models for Roma inclusion in local community management.
The main objective is to create opportunities for everyone to live healthily, responsibly and independently by building a hub for functionally related social and educational services in support of children and youth from vulnerable groups, as well as their families in the municipality of Stamboliyski.
The overall goal of the project is to create sustainable mechanisms to improve the condition and opportunities of people living in Roma communities in the municipality of Blagoevgrad by implementing integrated measures, including improving access to social services, education, employment, health and non-discrimination, as well as empowering the Roma.
Project: “Establishment of a Community complex (hub) for early child development and parental support “Peony” in the town of Gorna Oryahovitsa, the village of Varbitsa and the village of Draganovo”
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to improving the quality of life, social inclusion and early childhood development by supporting the creation and implementation of a community complex (hub) of functional services for children from vulnerable groups, including Roma communities.
In this book, the authors have tried to compact the bulk of what has been done under the Care for Truth project. The resource materials developed would be useful to all those who directly or indirectly deal with the topics of anti-Roma disinformation, fake news, safer internet.
The project foresees support to young children in early childhood and their families from vulnerable groups of Roma communities in the municipality of Lom to improve access to health care, develop parenting skills, improve the family environment, increase school preparedness of children and limit the transmission of intergenerational poverty.
In “Teaching with Poverty in Mind: The Impact of Poverty on Children’s Brains and How Schools Can Help”, veteran educator Eric Jensen takes an unflinching look at poverty and how it harms children, families, and communities in the United States.
“My job will always require sacrifices. You could see the suffering in people’s eyes, the pleas for help in order to return home recovered.”
Emanuil Atanasov is from the town of Sredets, Burgas region, a student in the “Medical Assistant” degree program at the Thracian University – Stara Zagora. He is a scholarship holder in the program for Roma students enrolled in medical studies of the Active Citizens Fund Bulgaria, managed by the Trust for Social Achievement. In parallel with the adaptation to online education during the pandemic, in the first year of his studies, Emanuil joined the ranks of his fellow medical professionals in order to be useful in times that are difficult for our healthcare system