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Romani People Nation without a State IN THE WORLD OF DIPLOMACY. By Gabriela Hrabanova Athinganoi, April 200 6. ROMA IN EUROPE. In total 7 to 9 mil. Roma (WB) - 12 – 25 mil. Roma (EU parliament) Czech 150,000 – 300,000 Romania 1 – 2 mil. People

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Romani PeopleNation without a StateIN THE WORLD OF DIPLOMACY

By Gabriela Hrabanova

Athinganoi, April 2006


Roma in europe

ROMA IN EUROPE

  • In total 7 to 9 mil. Roma (WB)

    - 12 – 25 mil. Roma (EU parliament)

  • Czech 150,000 – 300,000

  • Romania 1 – 2 mil. People

  • Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Turkey, and Serbia and Monte Negro 400,000 – 1 million

  • Spain 630,000, France 310,000, Germany 70,000, Italy 130,000

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Gabriela Hrabanova, Athinganoi April 2006


Cig ni and gypsies

Cigáni and gypsies….

1068 Constantinopolis „ATHINGANOI“

„Cikán“, „Zigeuner“, „Cygan“

EGYPT Gypsies, gitanos

… Rom, Romňi, Romanies

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Gabriela Hrabanova, Athinganoi April 2006


Important steps revision

IMPORTANT STEPS - revision

  • Recomendation of the Concil of Europe no. 1203, 1993 about Gypsies in Europe

  • OSCE – Contact point for Roma and Sinti issues– ODHIR „action plan“

  • 1995– CoE - Group of Experts on Roma/Gypsies „MG-S-ROM“

  • 2004 – European Roma and Travellers Forum

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Romani policies

ROMANI POLICIES

  • NOT RECOGNIZING MINORITIES

    • France, Greece, partly Spain

  • RECOGNIZING MINORITIES x NO ROMA

    • Some other states of EU

  • FORMAL RECOGNITION

    • Ie.: Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Slovinia

    • Also: Austria, partly Germany, Nederland

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The decade of roma inclusion

The Decade of Roma Inclusion

2005 – 2015

Official lounch 2 Feb, 2005

Czech Republic,

Slovakia, Hungary,

Romania, Bulgaria,

Macedonia, Serbia and

Monte Negro, Croatia

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Main priorities

MAIN PRIORITIES

  • Education

  • Housing

  • Employment

  • Health

Core priorities

  • Income poverty

  • gender equality

  • discrimination

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Roma women s forum 29 of june 2003

Roma Women’s Forum, (29 of June, 2003)

first time Roma women presented their own comprehensive policy agendato high-level officials from regional governments and international agencies”

- from the final report

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Gabriela Hrabanova, Athinganoi April 2006


Roma women s forum

Roma Women's Forum

  • Education

    early marriages, cultural obligations, lack of female teachers as role models, segregation, discrimination etc.

  • Economic Empowerment

    Lower life expectancy rates, educational levels, higher rates of fertility, mortality, unemployment, poverty, extensive social exclusion and gender-based discrimination, prostitution;

  • Sexual and Reproductive Rights

    Combat Coerced Sterilization, Sexual Taboos, Arranged Marriages and Domestic Violence

  • Grassroots Leadership and Political Participation

    Minority women, Roma women’s human rights, political participation, challenges, Roma women’s leadership and solidarity

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Roma women nwp rwi

ROMA WOMEN & NWP, RWI

Started in 1999, the Roma Women’s Initiative (RWI) is a partnership between Roma women activists and OSI’s Network Women’s Program (NWP).

The RWI promotes the human rights of Roma women by empowering Roma women activists in Central and Eastern Europe, placing special emphasis on the participation and leadership development of young Roma women.

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European roma and travellers forum

European Roma and Travellers Forum

  • Since 1993

    dialogs with CoE

  • Estabilished 2004

  • 1st meeting

    13. – 12. 15. 2006 Strasburg

    • 42 of the Council of Europe’s 46 member states

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European roma and travellers forum1

European Roma and Travellers Forum

The Roma and Traveller’s Forum is consisting of a body of community leaders and policy experts elected by Roma and Traveller institustions across Europe. It is the largest and most inclusive Roma and Traveller’s organisation, bringing together legitimate voices of Roma, Sinti and Traveller communities.

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Roma diplomacy program

Roma Diplomacy Program

  • European Roma Information Office (ERIO) and DiploFoundation

  • 25 Roma from Europe

  • Personal meetings and online program

    • Bucharest

    • Brussels

    • Geneva

  • www.diplomacy.edu/roma/

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Gabriela Hrabanova, Athinganoi April 2006


Cr roma ngo sector

CR - ROMA NGO SECTOR

  • non-profit romani organizations

    • human and minority rights,

    • education,

    • employment,

    • and media promotion;

    • others are mostly focused on Roma culture..

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Some interesting projects

Some interesting projects

Athinganoi

Roma Information Center

Roma Political Leadership Program

Gender Equality Campaign

Slovo 21

Preparation to University entrance exams

Khamoro – World Romani Music Festival

Romea

Training of Journalists

News web server, magazine Romano Vodi

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Romani people nation without a state in the world of diplomacy

Drom

Bratislavská street – community living

Vzájemné soužití

The village of co-living

The Concil of Roma – Chomutov

Advisory umbrella organization

IQ Roma Servis

Social work, community center

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Manushe

MANUSHE

NGO Slovo 21 founded the Roma women’s group Manushe in the year 2000.

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Where to find more

…where to find more

www.romove.cz

www.romadecade.org

ROMA MEDIA

  • www.romnews.com

  • www.romea.cz

  • www.dzeno.cz

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Thank you

THANK YOU 

???? QUESTIONS ????

[email protected]

www.athinganoi.cz

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