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Teach for Romania and REF have launched registrations for participation in the closing event “Segregation on the Minus, Diversity on the Plus”

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All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Let’s contribute to a world where this is the reality. Come join us at the event to see how we can do this together.

Teach for Romania together with the Roma Education Fund launched the call for applications to give everyone the opportunity to participate in the closing event of the “Segregation on the Minus, Diversity on the Plus” project.

The event will take place on February 12, 2024 and will address the themes of segregation and inclusion, reduction and prevention, comes with a proposal for training Teach for Romania and Roma Education Fund – a program recognized and approved by the Ministry of National Education with 18-20 professional credits ( the field of school inclusion and segregation), with recommendations for educational and community activities by involving the relevant actors in order to identify, reduce and manage segregation or with activities with an interculturality component.

The event brings hands-on and interactive workshops, networking, celebration, desegregation consultation, inspirational stories from experts and guests, resource materials and aims to bring together 80 professionals with an impact in education and human rights (educational units, non-governmental organizations, trainers , mediators, school counselors, financiers, representatives of the relevant public institutions – the Ministry of National Education, school inspectorates, etc.), students and young people.

Teach for Romania and the Roma Education Fund thus mark 3 years of work in inter-ethnic, vulnerable communities, where together they found solutions and support for addressing the phenomenon of school segregation through the “Segregation on the Minus, Diversity on the Plus” project run by Teach for Romania in partnership with Roma Education Fund, with the financial support of Active Citizens Fund – Romania, a program financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through EEA Grants 2014-2021.

Event date: February 12, 2024

Location: Bucharest (the host location will be communicated later)

Time interval: 09.30 – 18.00 (the agenda will be sent to confirmed persons)

To participate, pre-registration is required here: http://tinyurl.com/4d2cjuhv

Deadline for pre-registration: February 2 inclusive

Registration confirmation by email: February 7 (at the latest)

A certificate is issued for the teaching staff who will need it to be able to attend classes as well as for participation.

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The partnership of Teach for Romania and Roma Education Fund in this endeavor is recommended by the experience in vulnerable, multi-ethnic rural communities, the running of educational programs based on values, and non-formal and community activities, based on the real needs of the beneficiaries. Roma Education Fund brings relevant and structured experience in the area of public educational policies and was also involved in the national working group for the development of the anti-segregation methodology. The project continues joint efforts to ensure the right to quality education.

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