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Education of Roma Children

The Council of Europe began its involvement with the Roma in 1969 by adopting the first official text on the «situation of Gypsies and other Travellers in Europe». In 1983 the Council organised the first training seminar for teachers working with Roma children. In 1993 the Roma population was declared a European minority. (περισσότερα…)

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Newsletter 1, March 2021 Roma N1

Open your mind – go beyond stereotypes!

There are nearly 10 million Roma living in the 47 member states of the Council of Europe. They suffer from widespread sterotyping and prejudice. In order to open our minds to their true situation we need to start teaching the reality in schools. This video, aimed mainly at children, deals with some common misconceptions concerning the Roma, through the scenario of a teacher addressing a class of pupils with a series of questions. For example, he asks them what kind of jobs they think Roma do, and which part of the world they came to Europe from.

Watch the video at 

https://www.coe.int/en/web/human-rights-channel/-/open-your-mind-go-beyond-stereotypes-

Prejudice against the Roma community

Council of Europe Scolarisation of Roms

Country : Greece (Sofades) & Croatia (Kuršances)

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