I learn to recognize - changing.Syklakiraw pes, prynćkiraw – paruwaw! Multi-level educational activities for the Roma community in Lower Silesia

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Country/partner countries
Dom Spotkań im. Angelusa Silesiusa
Ul. W. Stysia 16a
53-526 Wrocław, Poland
phone: +48 (0)71 338 07 93
e-mail: angelus@silesius.org.pl

Project lead partner/organization and contact person (e-mail, links) project website
Roma Education Assistants Association in Poland
Lipowa 5a lok. 11
58-400 Kamienna Góra, Poland
phone: 75 744 67 56

Project information – start and end date (if available)
03.01.2011 - 31.12.2013

Summary (goals and purposes of the project)
Objectives of the project:
- Increasing the level of education and social integration of Roma community members.
- Increasing the number of students who achieve complete secondary education.
- Increasing the number of adults and youth participating in non-formal education.
- Increasing the number of youth participating in various forms of vocational education.
- Increasing the number of people outside the Roma community involved in promoting the knowledge of the Roma.
- Increasing the academic performance of Roma students.
- Developing volunteering for the education of Roma youth by organizing activities in non-formal and vocational education, workshops in schools and workshops for adults, and ending with organizing workshops for Roma assistants and the members of Roma associations.

Results of the project
The activities carried out in the project:
- The training of teachers, headmasters, public, volunteers and students preparing to work in the Roma environment.
- Remedial classes for students.
- Non-formal education - visits to museums, theatre, concerts.
- Vocational education (visits to workplaces, meetings with the representatives of various professions) and consulting with a professional advisor.
- Intercultural workshops to promote Roma culture among the students of primary schools and junior high schools.
- Workshops for Roma assistants and the members of Roma associations about the methodology of workshops.

Who will benefit from this project (target group)
The number of Roma receiving support: 507.
The project activities are primarily aimed at Roma learners in primary and secondary schools, the pupils of Roma assistants, but also at Roma adults.

Sources of funding
Funded by the European Union - European Social Fund.
Human Capital Operational Programme.Projects for the Roma community

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