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9 Bulgarian ROMACT municipalities will receive support for their projects through Operational Programmes.

Borovan, Boychinovtsi, Isperich, Nickola Kozlevo, Septemvri, Sliven, Sredets, Tundzha and Tvarditsa will therefore be able to implement new measures for the inclusion of vulnerable groups, in particular some of the activities included in their Municipal Action Plans for Roma integration. 

ROMACT TCC- Transnational Working Visit- ISB e.V.(Dortmund) to Plovdiv

Five representatives of ISB.e.V. – Interessengemeinschaft sozialgewerblicher Beschäftigungsinitiativen from Dortmund, Germany visited Sofia and Plovdiv in Bulgaria for a working visit. 

Building blocks to address the challenges ahead. ROMACT in Maglizh. Insight from Liliya Makaveeva*

Community Action Group training on advocacy, August 2016

At the close of the ROMACT programme for Maglizh, are the challenges facing the Roma community in the area solved?  No, sadly, they are not. There is still much to do. However, one must not lose sight of what a positive experience ROMACT has been for Maglizh.

Tundja - Final Meeting and Successful ROMACT Programme Conclusion

The most important result, noted by the municipality, was the creation of the Community Action Group  that actively participated for more than two years to facilitate all betting the implementation of the Municipal Plan for Roma Inclusion.

Call for tenders for ROMACT National Facilitators' Coordinators in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania- Deadline- 15 January 2017

The National Facilitators’ Coordinator will undertake an organizational and coordination function, will act as a conduit between facilitators and ensure effective implementation of activities by facilitators.

Call for tenders for ROMACT National Project Officers in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania and the Slovak Republic- Deadline- 08 January 2017

The National Project Officer will undertake a coordination function , act as a conduit between national, regional and local authorities, National Facilitators’ Coordinator, Facilitators and Roma communities and will work to ensure effective cooperation between these different stakeholders.

First lessons and pathways to the future: the first ROMACT TCC networking meeting in Munich

Launched in 2016, ROMACT T.C.C. (ROMACT Transnational Cooperation Component) is a new component of the ROMACT Programme that focuses on the cooperation between municipalities from or to which movements of marginalised populations occur, with a focus on Roma.

Initiating the ROMACT Process: Borovan, Bulgaria

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The signature of the Agreement letter by Ms Desislava Todorova, Mayo,  is the first step of ROMACT process. 

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