The PROMA project focuses on adult education with the aim to foster the integration of Roma women in their local communities through education. PROMA is going to be implemented in 4 countries with dense Roma populations (Romania, Spain, Greece, North Macedonia) and involves 2 groups of participants:
- Roma women,
- formal & non formal educators of Roma women.
Specific objectives include:
- Utilizing the competitive advantages and social promoting vehicles of the local context in all 4 implementing countries;
- Building the capacities of formal & non formal educators of Roma women;
- Design & implementation of local pilot programmes aiming at social inclusion of Roma women through education jointly by educators and Roma women.
During its 24-month lifetime, PROMA will positively impact:
formal & non formal educators of Roma women
Roma women from the partner countries
recipients of newsletters
national and EU stakeholders having received information about project outputs via project dissemination activities and partners networks
PROMA at a glance
- Combatting racism and phobic stereotypes against Roma people through tailor-made methodology
- Pilot capacity building sessions with the participation of formal and non-formal educators and Roma women
- Local pilot programmes promoting the inclusion of Roma women
- Foster a culture of cooperation between country partners & local authorities, NGOs and Roma organisations / associations.
- 4 national research reports
- An international conference
- 3 targeted information events (‘open days’)
- 1 project website
- 3 social media accounts/profiles (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
- 4.000 leaflets
- 4 press releases per partner coinciding with the release of key outputs or events of the project.