RomaNetWorks started in November 2013 and is led by the Almeia city council; it counts with
other seven more partners coming from six European countries: Spain, Bulgaria, Romania,
Hungary, United Kingdom and Montenegro.

The partners are the following:
 Ayuntamiento de Almería (Almería - Spain)
 Столична община - Район “Витоша” (Sofia - Bulgaria)
 Consejería de Educación y Cultura del Gobierno de Extremadura (Mérida – Spain)
 Agenţia Metropolitană pentru dezvoltare durabilă Braşov (Braşov – Romania)
 Европейски институт за устойчиво развитие ЕООД (Sofia – Bulgaria)
 Dialóg Nemzetközi Egyesület (Budapest – Hungary)
 Glasgow City Council (Glasgow – United Kingdom)
 Ministarstvo prosvjete (Podgorica – Montenegro)

The main goal of the project is the exchange of good practices at European level in the field of social policies addressed to the gipsy collectivity.

This Project is funded with support from the European Commission by a transversal action within the Lifelong Learning Programme- a European Union Programme supporting the education and training. The Programme was developed during the period 2007-2013 as successor of further Community iniciatives and it is in the process of being substituted by the Erasmus + programme which will tackle it from 2014 to 2020.

Events from the project so far:

  1. Kick-off meeting in Almeria, Spain
  2. Local Debate, Budapest
  3. Steering Committee Meeting - Budapest
  4. Local Debate 2., Budapest


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[Good Practices Template]

[Kick-off Meeting (Eng)]

[Kick-off Meeting (Hun)]

[Local Debate (Hun)]

[Local Debate (Eng)]

[Local Debate 2. (Hun)]

[Local Debate 2. (Eng)]

[II Steering Committee Meeting Agenda]

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