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Call for Expression of Interest - ROMACT Facilitators- deadline 11 December 2015

The Council of Europe is establishing a pool of Facilitators to work with public administration services in the municipalities included in the ROMACT Programme - political will and understanding of Roma inclusion at local and regional level in the following Member States: BULGARIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, HUNGARY, ITALY, ROMANIA and SLOVAK REPUBLIC.

Call for Expression of Interest - ROMACT Experts - deadline 11 December 2015

The Council of Europe is establishing a pool of experts in local governance and access to EU funding to work within the National Support Teams of the ROMACT Programme in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Slovak Republic.

Call for Expression of Interest - ROMACT Experts - deadline 28 August 2015

The Council of Europe is establishing a pool of experts in local governance and access to EU funding to work within the National Support Teams of the ROMACT Programme in Bulgaria and Romania

ROMACT promotes the cooperation between the Roma communities and the public authorities, through mutual working strategies, shared ownership and commitment to an open dialogue. ROMACT provides support to local administration to implement inclusive good governance practices and sustainable plans of development. It facilitates the access to relevant resources, including better use of EU funds. ROMACT is implemented presently in 6 countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovak Republic and Czech Republic.

Call for Expression of Interest - ROMACT Facilitators - deadline 28 August 2015

The Council of Europe is recruiting Facilitators to work with public administration services in the municipalities included in the ROMACT Programme - political will and understanding of Roma inclusion at local and regional level in the following Member States: BULGARIA, CZECH REPUBLIC AND ROMANIA.

The ROMACT programme helps Roma from the village of Valea Seaca in Romania to get ID documents

There are 20 Roma living in Valea Seaca, a community of about 3,000 inhabitants in Eastern Romania.  As most in this community were not registered at birth, the Roma here are facing constant administrative difficulties resulting in a lack of identity documents, which essentially means that they do not “exist” administratively. 
 
Ionela Ciobanu, for example, is a Roma woman who has lived for over 30 years without an ID card. As a direct consequence of her lack of official identification, her three children could not attend school and she also could not qualify for any assistance mgm mobile from the State.

The next MFF in Romania, 2014-2020

The European Commission recently published the Summary of the Partnership Agreement with each EU member state as well as a fact-sheet concerning the Cohesion Policy for the next MFF (Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020).

Training on Project management for CAG members and local municipality staff, Eforie, Romania, 7-9 July

During three days, from 7 to 9 July 2014, the Romanian National Support Team organised a training within the ROMED2 and ROMACT Programmes which answered the specific needs identified among the municipalities selected.
 

Programul Operațional Sectorial Dezvoltarea Resurselor Umane 2007-2013

via Fondul Social European în România

"AM POSDRU publică spre consultare schița Ghidului Solicitantului Condiții Specifice „Sprijin pentru grupurile vulnerabile prin accesul la educația inițială”.

Va rugam sa transmiteti pana la data de 23.05.2014 propunerile, sugestiile si opiniile dumneavoastra privind imbunatatirea acestui document la adresa de email educatieinitiala@fseromania.ro."

Document de lucru: http://www.fseromania.ro/images/doc2014/draftghid1.1.pdf

Launching and first national workshop of ROMACT and ROMED2 in Romania

On 15 October 2013 in Bucharest, the ROMACT and ROMED2 programmes were launched in Romania. Having the largest Roma population in Europe, the implementation of the programmes in Romania will be extended from the average 5 to 6 municipalities in other participating countries (Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy and Slovakia) to 10 municipalities of various sizes among which Bucharest (6th sector), Botosani and Calarasi.

The launch event was attended by Romanian and European officials the complete list of which can be found in the agenda of the event, and among which Mr Daniel Vasile, President of National Agency for Roma, and Mr Florin Manole, President of Local Elected Roma Association. 

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