Posts Tagged ‘Roma Net’

Capitalising, Gaining Influence – Why Communication Matters

The Roma-NeT II project  follows up on  the Roma-NeT URBACT  project that aimed to motivate cities to improve local service delivery towards Roma populations by making services more accessible, by motivating more active participation from Roma communities and by introducing new interventions. ROMA-NeT members learned a lot about the core themes of Roma inclusion and […]

By URBACT, on February 10th, 2015 at 14:10

Improving Impact for Roma Inclusion

Roma inclusion is the theme of Roma-Net II, one of the three URBACT pilot networks, undertaking exchange and learning about the delivery of Local Action Plans. Six of the original partners from the first phase, (Almeria, Bologna, Budapest, Glasgow, Nagykálló and Torrent) have agreed to continue their collaboration. Roma-NeT II offers an opportunity for these cities […]

By Sally Kneeshaw, on May 2nd, 2014 at 15:58

Working with Roma people: what can Bruce Springsteen teach us?

By Béla Kézy, Nagykálló On July 12 – just two weeks after the Roma-Net thematic workshop in Torrent – I travelled to Vienna to watch a concert. A live performance of a 64 year old man, who created magic for nearly four hours in front of 50.000 people! Although this wasn’t the first time I […]

By Segolene Pruvot, on January 9th, 2013 at 16:14