Project Market & Conference Hall Presentation

On Friday morning you are kindly invited to visit the market stalls at the project market and conference hall presentation, where various experts will present their results and experiences. You will be able to discuss the projects with them, examine the materials, exchange experiences, contacts, conceive new ideas, etc.

We invite you to participate with your own presentations, too. You could give your contribution through various types of activities:

  • A presentation at the stall with materials,
  • A presentation in the conference hall through different types of activities for e.g. presentation of your practices/project/material/experience, you can also prepare an exhibition, a cultural performance, a video projection, etc.

If you wish to participate either fill out the registration form or send an application to the email address where you will also get additional information about your possibilities.

You can visit the following project stalls*:

  1. SRAP – addiction prevention within Roma and Sinti communities
  2. Early marriage – culture or abuse?
  3. Successful Inclusion of Roma into Education II
  4. SORO  Cooperation for Roma health
  5. e-RR e-Roma Resource
  6. FINALLY – Financial literacy for the Roma
  7. Together toward knowledge – Realization of goals of the Strategy of the education of the Roma population in the Republic of Slovenia
  8. Training  packages for health professionals to improve access and quality of health services for migrants and ethnic minorities, including the Roma (MEM-TP)
  9. Romano Kher | Roma House
  10. Better Perspective of Roma Women on the Labour Market
  11. Ready together
  12. The Improvement of the Position of Roma Children in Education in Baranja Region
  13. Roma Culture in Slovakia
  14. Rencont’roms nous – A cultural project
  15. REYN – Romani Early Years Network
  16. Better together for Roma in Croatia / Platform for Roma Inclusion in Medjimurje
  17. Day Centre KHER ŠU BEŠI
  18. Day Centre for Roma Children
  19. POU POUKA – Roma assistants in class

Conference Hall Presentation*:

  1. Research and project activities focused on migrant and Roma health at Public Health Department, Daniela Kállayová, Trnava University, Slovakia
  2. Anthropological, linguistic and dialectological research of Roma in NRW (Germany), Center of education, research and social care Romani emancipacija, Trajko Petrovski Beograd, Serbia
  3. Rencont’roms nous – a cultural organisation to include Roma population, Nathanaël Vignaud, Rencont’roms nous, Toulouse, France
  4. Ready together, Jagoda Novak, UNICEF Croatia, Croatia
  5. Traditional Romany culture in Slovakia, Institute of Romany studies, Nitra, Michal Kozubík, Slovakia
  6. Together toward knowledge – Realization of goals of the Strategy of the education of the Roma population in the Republic of Slovenia, Zoran Ogrizek, Barbara Kejžar, Center šolskih in obšolskih dejavnosti/Center for School and Outdoor Education, Slovenia
  7. Ensuring access to quality preschool programmes for Roma children and their parents, The Educational Research Institute, Samanta Baranja, Developmental Research Center for Pedagogical Initiatives Step by Step, Slovenia
  8. Mobile Support Service for Roma – Path of Empowerment of Roma, Tina Strnad, Development and Education Centre Novo Mesto,  Slovenia
  9. Project Successful Inclusion of Roma into Education II, Maja Rupnik, People’s University of Kočevje, Slovenia
  10. National project Social field work in municipalities (2012-2015) – achievements and visions for the future, Igor Takáč, Implementation agency of Slovak Ministry of employment, social affairs and family, Bratislava, Slovakia
  11. Early marriage – culture or abuse?, Barbara Mavrin, LU Kočevje, Slovenija
  12. Integration of Roma children, Ljiljana Tokić, Dječji vrtić Cvrčak, Beli Manastir, Croatia
  13. ILO Project – Promoting Decent Work Opportunities for Roma Youth in Central and Eastern Europe, Verena Schmidt, ILO, Budapest, Hungary
  14. Every student can be a winner: reducing the drop-out rate among Roma Students, Teodora Krumova, Amalipe Center, Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria
  15. Let’s look forward to the countryside, Beáta Danišová, Úsmev ako dar – centrum Mak, Trnava, Slovakia
  16. The Influence of selected aspects of lifestyle on obesity and overweight among the Roma minority in the region of South Bohemia, Radka Prokešová, František Dolak, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Health and Social Studies, České Budějovice, Czech Republic
  17. Building a Participated Local Action Plan: the role of social research, Oana Marcu, Codici Social Research Agency, Milan, Italy
  18. Good ideas and bad practices in an Italian Sinti political participation experience, Greta Persico, independent researcher, Italy
  19. MS4ROW: A mentoring system for Roma teenage girls and women on their vocational and educational path, Patricija Pavlič, CIK Trebnje, Slovenia
  20. Integration of Roma children into educational process in primary school Mirana Jarca Črnomelj, Zlata Vranešič, OŠ Mirana Jarca Črnomelj, Slovenia
  21. Meeting with storytelling, Alenka Bašelj, Osnovna šola Šentjernej, Slovenia
  22. OŠ Bršljin – We all progressing, Mateja Hadler, OŠ Bršljin, Slovenia
  23. OŠ Bršljin – We all work together, Metka Uršič, OŠ Bršljin, Slovenia
  24. OŠ Bršljin – We are all successful, Lidija Lampe, OŠ Bršljin, Slovenia
  25. How the e-RR platform support my work in classroom, Katarina Črtalič, OŠ Bršljin, Slovenia
  26. Roma wheel on the way of education/Romski kotač na putu obrazovanja, Sanja Drakulić, Osnovna škola Orahovica, Croatia
  27. Project Cooperation for the health of Roma people, Julija Škarabot Plesničar, LU Kočevje, Slovenia
  28. Health policy and Vulnerable groups´ program in Slovakia, Peter Letanovsky, The Surgeon General’s Office of The Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic, Ružomberok, Slovakia
  29. Promotion of health among Roma, Mojca Šenica, Health Care Centre Novo mesto, Slovenia
  30. Literacy of Roma students: analysis of speaking and reading skills, Tina Dović, OŠ Grm Novo mesto, Slovenia
  31. OŠ LA Grosuplje – Examples of good practice, Janja Pečelin, OŠ LA Grosuplje, Slovenia
  32. OŠ LA Grosuplje, The challenges, brought by solutions, Antonela Vovk, OŠ LA Grosuplje, Slovenia
  33. Successful work in the classroom, Lili Vavžik, OŠ Grm Novo mesto, Slovenia
  34. Individual programme for Roma pupils, Andrej Prah, OŠ Šmihel, Slovenia
  35. Challenges in the educational process of Roma children who are involved in an adapted educational programme, Helena Prosen Zupančič, OŠ Dragotina Ketteja, Novo mesto, Slovenia
  36. Pebbles in the mosaic of tolerance – creative work with Roma students, Mojca Klobučar, Osnovna šola Šmihel, Slovenia
  37. Growing hearts from Kerinov Grm, Tamara Vonta, Teja Mešiček, Olivera Mirković, Jasna Hudorovič, Sarenka Hudorovac, CŠOD Leskovec pri Krškem, Slovenia
  38. Roma students who attend a primary school with an adapted education programme – occurrence and resolution of violence, Jasna Banovec, OŠ Dragotina Ketteja, Slovenia
  39. Working with Roma pupils in the primary school OŠ Milke Šobar Nataše Črnomelj, Jana Vranešič, Darinka Jerman, OŠ Milke Šobar Nataše Črnomelj, Slovenia
  40. The importance of teamwork when working with young Roma at the secondary level of primary school, Petra Radujko, OŠ LA Grosuplje, Slovenia
  41. Roma Early Childhood Inclusion (RECI+) Croatia report: Research findings, Lynette Šikić-Mićanović, Antropologija, Croatia
  42. One Approach, Many Solutions, Savka Savova, Hesed, Bulgaria
  43. SRAP – Addiction Prevention within Roma and Sinti communities, Elisa Trimeri, La Piccola Carovana Cooperativa Sociale, Italija
  44. Successful home improvement and community support practices of Habitat for Humanity Bulgaria, Boryana Parvanova, Habitat for Humanity Bulgaria, Bulgaria
  45. Literacy Cubed – Focus on Roma Families (LIT3), Ariana-Stanca Vacaretu, Consortiul International, LSDGC, Romania
  46. Healthy Communities – The transformation of the grass roots project into a National one, Michal Kubo, Organisation: Healthy Communities, n.p.o., Slovakia
  47. Mentorship and scholarship support for Roma pupils enrolled in secondary schools in Serbia, Darko Kerekes, Radenka Vasiljević, Roma Education Fund, Representative office in the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
  48. Roma children also need organized informal everyday activities in their home environment, Tina Cigler, Association for Developing Voluntary Work Novo Mesto, Slovenia

* These will not be the only projects presented at the project market and conference hall. We are still collecting applications for the presentations.