European Commission – DG Justice – entrusted to the Consortium of NGOs and other institutions from Bulgaria, Italy, Romania and Slovenia, coordinated by the ISCOMET Institute for Ethnic and Regional Studies from Maribor, Slovenia, the responsibility to execute the two-year Project ˝Identifying and Reducing Prejudices as a Source of Conflict between Roma and Non-Roma Population – Cases of Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, and Slovenia Compared – REDUPRE.˝
The Project actions are focused on analysing sources and manifestations of stereotypy behaviour within both, the majority population and Roma population as well as elaboration of theoretical models and practical techniques and manuals aimed improving the understanding between Roma and non-Roma population.
In the framework of the Project (1 March 2011 – 31 May 2013) great amount of research and training activities will be realised in the selected localities in four countries and wider.
The selected localities in four countries are:
- municipality Razgrad in Bulgaria;
- region Friuli Venezia Giulia in Italy;
- region of Banat and Crisana Romania;
- region of Bela Krajina Slovenia.
Among Project beneficiaries are not only members of Roma and non-Roma population in four localities but also national and local authorities, institutions of civil society, mass media, EU institutions and wider public from four countries and from other European countries.
Dear visitor, we are kindly inviting you to visit the present REDUPRE web-page and to follow the realisation of the Project activities.
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of questions as well as to send as any comment and/or recommendation to the contacts listed on the page.
REDUPRE Project team