The Report on the first DARE-Net transnational meeting
Romani CRISS, in partnership with the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University, Antigone, the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), Life Together and Integro Association Bulgaria, launched the DARE-Net project: Desegregation and Action for Roma in Education-Network.
The DARE-Net project created a transnational network of Roma and non-Roma civil society and academic organisations to analyse practices and initiatives relating to Roma education and school desegregation of Roma children in Romania, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
On February 25-28, 2013, the first transnational meeting of the partners took place in Bucharest. This meeting marked the start of the network and provided partners with an initial opportunity to discuss their efforts to address Roma education and school desegregation in their respective countries.
More information on the meeting is available here.
The partners’ presentations are available here:
Presentation: The Case of D.H. and Others v. the Czech Republic (PDF)
Presentation: Education /obstacles in education of Roma children in the Czech Republic (PDF)
Presentation: Life Together (PDF)
Presentation: Orsus and others v. Croatia (PDF)
Presentation: Affirmative action in education (PDF)
Presentation: After school programs (PDF)
Presentation: Common priorities of the Roma civil society in the field of education and desegregation (PDF)
Presentation: Intercultural activities as means towards school desegregation (PDF)
Presentation: Combating school segregation through strategic litigation (PDF)