The RomPLAT2019- Development of the National Contact Point for Social Inclusion of Roma project is implemented by the General Secretariat for Social Solidarity and Fighting Poverty, as the National Contact Point for Roma Social Inclusion of the European Commission.
The main objective of the project is to create and cultivate a culture of dialogue and to work closely with Roma and non Roma communities in order to develop capacities, synergies and cooperation in local communities in accordance with the National Strategy for Roma Social Inclusion.
This involves bringing together, all relevant stakeholders in 3 (three) regional events (Athens, Patras and Thessaloniki), in order to increase their knowledge and capacities, and to ensure that the key stakeholders are contributing in the formation of effective local collaborations. In this framework four important themes have been selected that need to be addressed, namely:
- Living with others
- Under aged Marriages
- School Dropout
The project is expected to significantly contribute to the strengthening of the actions of the General Secretariat for Social Solidarity and the Fight against Poverty for the planning, monitoring and evaluating the existing and new National Strategy for the Social Inclusion of Roma.
The duration of the project is 12 months starting 30/6/2020 and is co-financed directly from the EU in the framework of the Program “REC-RDIS-NRCP-AG-2019 – Restricted call for proposals to support National Roma platforms».
ROMplat-881945 – REC-AG-2019 / REC-RDIS-NRCP-AG-2019
This project was funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).
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