Due to coronavirus precautions taken in the European Parliament, the Romani Week will be postponed for later this year.
Ahead of International Romani Day, policymakers, experts and organisations concerned with persistent antigypsyism will come together to debate the post-2020 EU policies for Romani Inclusion as well as build on the previous work from Romani Weeks.
From 23 March to 26 March, a series of events will take place in Brussels which will provide recommendations on how to combat antigypsyism, the effectiveness of the post-2020 EU policies and much more.
As part of the debate for the post-2020 EU policies for people with Romani background, the event ‘Making EU funds and financial instruments work for Roma: Smart Investments for better outcomes will take place on Wednesday 25 March at 9 am (CET). With an emphasis on Romani people, the importance of applying the partnership principle and code of conduct when engaging with different stakeholders will be highlighted during the event, as well as focusing on:
Interested in attending this event, please register here.