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Public conference "Fundamental rights for Roma people"

The public conference “Fundamental Rights for Roma people” aims to present the European project “Roma people have rights – INSEROM: for effective exercise of fundamental rights”.

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Exhibition "Roma - from 'extra' to 'ordinary'" - 19 June 2014 - London, UK

The exhibition, to be presented in Romanian Cultural Centre in London, aims to highlight both anti-Roma prejudice and the ordinariness of Roma people’s reality and activism, hoping to bring a new dimension to the debate surrounding the Roma from Eastern Europe. In designing this exhibition, the curators have tried to create a space where Roma people feel safe to show themselves and their culture in ways that makes sense to them.
The exhibition is open from 19 June to 6 July 2014.

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2014 Roma Pride Preparatory meeting in Prague

EGAM- The European Grassroots Antiracist Movement is organising 2014 Roma Pride Preparatory meeting on 12-15 June 2014 in Prague, Czech Republic to decide on and prepare all the Roma Pride 2014 manifestations/activities which will take place in 15 member states on 5 October 2014.
The Roma Pride is a pan-European mobilization which started in 2011 in a context of rising racist attacks and discourses targeting Roma communities in Europe.

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First International Roma Festival in Zürich

On 20 and 21 June, Skullhead-management ZH and Soundmanever ZH will organize the first International Roma Festival, that include two days benefit concerts for the Roma Fresco Village Bódvalenke.

With 16 bands from various countries, a huge photo exhibition, a multi media performance and a discussion on stage, ROMA-EMBER AGAINST RACISM is the biggest event ever sending out the message that Europe must be a house for all!

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EESC launches the Civil Society Prize 2014: Successful inclusion of Roma to be rewarded

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is announcing the launch of its sixth EESC Civil Society Prize, worth a total of EUR 30,000. This year's prize will be awarded to initiatives aimed at Roma integration.
All civil society organisations and/or individuals who have carried out projects that improve the economic and social inclusion of Roma are invited to enter this competition.
Objective
The aim of the Civil Society Prize is to encourage civil society initiatives which make a significant contribution to promoting European identity and integration.

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