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New educational handbook: Barabaripen Young Roma speak about multiple discrimination

    ,,Barabaripen Young Roma speak about multiple discrimination’’ is a new educational tool and a publication of the CoE.  Barabaripen in Romani language means equality. The publication is here to support the work against discrimination and for the human rights of young Roma. To reaffirm the need for recognising those groups of Roma young people [...]

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Nemzetközi Roma Holokauszt Megemlékezés – sajókazai diákok beszámolói

Bogdán Klaudia Én a dr. Ámbédkar iskolába járok. Egy napon kaptam egy felszólítást, hogy kimehetek Lengyelországba kirándulni!! Hát elég sokat gondolkoztam rajta, hogy menjek-e vagy ne. Végül arra a döntésre jutottam, hogy elmegyek, mert lehet, több ilyen alkalmam már nem lesz. Amikor elmentem, az út elég hosszú volt odáig. De megérte elmenni, mert sok érdekes [...]

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Nemzetközi Roma Holokauszt Megemlékezésről Dukhasa (fájdalommal)

2014.08.02. egy felejthetetlen, és életemet meghatározó nap volt. Holokauszt megemlékezés napja.  Lehetőségem volt beszélgetni, cigányul, Forgács József „Bandi bácsival”, aki magyarországi roma holokauszt túlélő, aki sok új információt adott át, és rájöttem, hogy mennyire keveset tudunk még mindig arról, hogy mik történtek azokban az években. Ahhoz viszont épp eleget, hogy örökre gyászoljuk, megemlékezzünk arról a [...]

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Hungarian press – Roma Genocide Initiative 2014

Photo reports about the Roma Genocide Remembrance Event in Krakow and Birkenau TernYpe – International Roma Youth Network and its partners gathered 1.000 young Roma and non-Roma from all over Europe around August 2nd 2014, marking the 70th anniversary of the Remembrance Day of the Roma Genocide. Over 70 workshops and special activities took place from July [...]

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New educational handbook: “Right to Remember – Handbook on Remembrance of the Roma Genocide”

“Right to Remember” is a self-contained educational resource for all those wishing to promote a deeper awareness of the Roma Genocide and combat discrimination. The handbook is based on the principles of human rights education, and places remembrance as an aspect of learning about, through and for human rights. Involving young people, including Roma youth, [...]

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Annual Networking Meeting strengthens international cooperation in the Phiren Amenca Network

Over 20 member and partner organizations from all over Europe participated in the Annual Networking Meeting of Phiren Amenca, which took place on March 21 and 22 in Budapest. The meeting addressed key questions that are relevant for the network development, and for the quality management of voluntary service programs. Needs and expectations of member [...]

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Phiren Amenca welcomes 7 new member organizations

The Phiren Amenca is continuously growing and developing its network of Roma and non-Roma voluntary service organizations dedicated to the common mission of creating opportunities for non-formal education, dialogue and engagement, in order to challenge stereotypes and racism. The Phiren Amenca General Assembly in March 2014 accepted 7 new member organizations; thus, the network comprises [...]

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Phiren Amenca International Network officially registered in Brussels

We are proud to announce that Phiren Amenca International Network AISBL was finally legally registered as an international non-profit association by a royal decree of the Belgian king and Ministry of Justice. The network was registered on 22.05.2014 under the number 0553.683.918 under the address Rue Washington 40, 1050 Bruxelles. The coordination office of Phiren [...]

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DIKH HE NA BISTER – Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative 2014

Phiren Amenca was actively involved in the Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative 2014 organized by ternYpe – International Roma Youth Network. ternYpe and its partners, including Phiren Amenca have held Europe’s biggest series of events marking the 70th anniversary of the Roma Holocaust in Krakow and Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland. One thousand young Roma and non-Roma from 20 [...]

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“Express yourself!“

Multi-artform exchange for young Roma and non Roma    “Express Yourself” Multi-artform exchange for young Roma and non Roma – Phiren Amenca youth exchange ran from August 16-25, 2014 in Normafa, Budapest. 30 Roma and non Roma young people came together from Germany, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary to develop their creativity, imagination and self-reflection, to [...]

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