Lifelong Learning: policies and programmes to contribute to Roma inclusion




The Lifelong Learning programmes effectively address issues of social inclusion at
all levels of education, from pre-school to adult learning, with special attention given
to the most disadvantaged groups in European society. It is therefore not only possible
but quite commonplace that projects explicitly addressing issues related to
Roma and education find support and funding within the Leonardo Da Vinci, Comenius
and Grundtvig programmes. Below you will find a few illustrations of such projects.
There are many, and more comprehensive information may be found on the Lifelong

Learning website.


1. General

2. A few tips and useful information




3.Roma Teaching & Training

4.What's Working?

5.A further step to let the Roma youth be heard

6.Creative teacher training for support of cultural
and social inclusion of Roma children at school

7.Roma families get involved: transnational methodology
for working with Roma families towards their children’s
success in education

8.MyBeautifulSchool – a place where it is possible to be happy

9.Contribution to the Role of Education –
Educating Educators (CORE)

10.ROM-UP! The inclusion of Roma through quality successful
educational experiences


12.Professional education of experts for better future
of intellectually disabled Roma

13.Teachers’ education for Roma, new opportunities in school

14. EduRom: Promoting the access of Roma to
LLP, VET and employment through family
education in primary schools

15.REdHous NET – Romani people and educational
and housing policies: key links to share

16. European Roma integration good practice exchange
and policy network

17.Desegregation and Action for Roma in Education Network


Source: Roma and Education: Challenges and Opportunities in the European Union

© European Union, 2012



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