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Putren Le Jakha! – Open Your Eyes! – International Youth Conference 2018. APPLY NOW!

Putren Le Jakha! – Open Your Eyes! – International Youth Conference CALL FOR PARTICIPATION 9-14. December, 2018. European Youth Center Budapest   Each fall, Phiren Amenca, with its partners, hosts a one week seminar  to bring together Roma and non-Roma youth workers, young leaders, activists and multipliers in order to exchange experiences; knowledge on Roma […]

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!!Deadline Extended: July 10!! SO KERES, EUROPA?! – WHAT’S UP EUROPE?! ROMA YOUTH SOCIAL FORUM 2017

Date: 24-30 August, 2017. (arrival 24th, departure 30th) Place: Varna, Bulgaria Coordinating organization: Phiren Amenca International Network Number of participants: 150   After our successful event in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in July 2015 as part of the European Youth Capital program series, Phiren Amenca and its partners will bring together 150 Roma and non Roma young […]

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LEADNFL project: building on research on early school leaving

Since mid-2016, Phiren Amenca has been cooperating with partners EgyüttHató Egyesület / Association Co-Efficient (Hungary) and Nevo Parudimos (Romania) on the project “Learned Inactivity – Decreasing the Number of ESL Students in Disadvantaged Communities with the Power of Non-Formal Learning” (abbreviated as LEADNFL).  The project, which continues until late 2017, aims to study reasons behind […]

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LEADNFL project: research on early school leaving

Phiren Amenca is working with partners EgyüttHató Egyesület / Association Co-Efficient (Hungary) and Nevo Parudimos (Romania) on the project “Learned Inactivity – Decreasing the Number of ESL Students in Disadvantaged Communities with the Power of Non-Formal Learning” (abbreviated as LEADNFL), which looks into causes of early school leaving among Roma young people with the aim […]

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STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT OF INDIA 2016-2017 INFO PACK European Voluntary Service – Project: “Change! ¡Cambia! – Management and training tools for international volunteering”

      The Student Christian Movement of India (SCMI) is a students’ movement with Christian ethos which maintains a fellowship of students, teachers and senior friends with commitment to translate Christian Faith into action. SCMI over the years has been inspiring several students across generations, regions and languages to participate in transforming the Church […]

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Using Non-Formal Education to Counter Early School Leaving

Phiren Amenca joined EgyüttHató Egyesület / Association Co-Efficient (Hungary) and Nevo Parudimos (Romania) in the launch of the project “Learned Inactivity – Decreasing the Number of ESL Students in Disadvantaged Communities with the Power of Non-Formal Learning” (abbreviated as LEADNFL).  The project focuses on early school leaving among Roma young people in disadvantaged communities, and […]

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Conference on Volunteering – Citizens’ tools for Roma Participation

    How can voluntary service be a good tool for Roma youth participation? What are the barriers for young Roma people to be part of European Mobility Programs? What is the motivation for the Roma youth and for Roma youth organizations to fight against antigypsyism? – These were a few main questions which were […]

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volunteering – citizens’ tools for roma participation

volunteering – citizens’ tools for roma participation This project aims to raise a debate about volunteering as the citizens’ key tool for Roma inclusion, and to strengthen the civic and democratic participation of particularly Roma citizens, communities and civil society organizations in European Union’s life, debates and policy-making processes. The project addresses the question how […]

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