DARE-Net project: Desegregation and Action for Roma in Education NetworkThe content reflects the views only of the author, and the e-RR project partner consortium cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Romania, Greece, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria
Project lead partner/organization and contact person (e-mail, links) project website
Roma Center for Social Intervention And Studies
Bucharest 020547, RO
Internet site: www.romanicriss.org
Mr. Marian Mandache
Project information – start and end date (if available)
December 2013 - November 2014
Summary (goals and purposes of the project)
The aim of DARE Net is to develop an International Roma Civil Society Network aiming to disseminate the good practices in the field of school desegregation of Roma children, in order to encourage a stronger commitment of the institutions for the integration of Roma children and students, through desegregation and qualitative education.
DARE Net promotes desegregation and qualitative education and involves relevant actors and institutions in the field of education, Roma families from Romania, Czech Republic, Croatia, Greece and Hungary.
The objectives of DARE Net:
1. To develop a network of Roma and non-Roma NGOs experienced in desegregation, that will transfer and share good practices in the field of combatting school segregation of Roma children in six European countries.
2. To train and transfer skills on desegregation to 100 school mediators and other stakeholders at the grassroots level in order to achieve Roma children’s integration by preventing school segregation and promoting equal access to education.
3. To raise awareness among the relevant stakeholders concerning the need to assure equal access to education to Roma children.
4. To disseminate relevant good practices related to school desegregation and qualitative education.
Results of the project
The best practices and successful initiatives identified by the network were shared with the national public authorities with the objective of bringing them to design policies proven to be efficient.
Likewise, the reports and guide published by the partners were constituted as a work tool for public authorities, NGOs and other CSOs eager to engage in desegregation processes to monitor school segregation and implement programmes securing equal access to education to Roma children and thus assuring the educational development of Roma communities.
Who will benefit from this project (target group)
• Roma and non-Roma NGOs experienced in/with an interest in school desegregation;
• School mediators;
• Stakeholders involved in the educational system;
• European and national competent public authorities.
Sources of funding
European Commission`s Lifelong Learning Programme
Document - materials that incurred in the project
Strategies and Tactics to Combat Segregation of Roma Children in Schools
A shadow report about a fullfilment of strategies in the field of education of Roma children 2012- 2014 (Czech Republic)
Shadow Report On Roma Segregation In Education (Greece)
Pilot report for monitoring the implementation of education policy measures within the Roma Inclusion Strategy in Hungary
METHODOLOGY FOR MONITORING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR ROMA EDUCATION WITHIN THE NATIONAL ROMA INTEGRATION STRATEGY
Methodology on how to implement and monitor PLANS DEFINED in the National Strategies for Roma Inclusion in the Area of Education
NATIONAL METHODOLOGY FOR MONITORING THE PLANS ON EDUCATION WITHIN THE NATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ROMA (Greece)
SET OF INDICATORS (Greece)
NATIONAL METHODOLOGY FOR MONITORING THE PLANS ON EDUCATION WITHIN THE NATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ROMA (HUNGARY)
Methodology for monitoring plans on education within the National Strategies for Roma Inclusion (Romania)
GUIDE FOR DOCUMENTING AND MONITORING SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN BULGARIA
GUIDE FORMONITORING AND DOCUMENTING SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
GUIDE FOR MONITORING AND DOCUMENTING SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN GREECE
GUIDE FOR DOCUMENTING AND MONITORING SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN HUNGARY
GUIDE FOR DOCUMENTING AND MONITORING SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN ROMANIA
ROMA CHILDREN IN SEGREGATED EDUCATION PARENTS AND CHILDREN TESTIMONIALS