Undoubtedly, there is a progress in the four key areas of Roma inclusion - education, housing, employment and health. Compared to the ambitious goals of the EU framework, however, these are rather marginal. In this respect, the shortcomings identified in the latest resolution of the European Commission are fully in line with our own experience, which we have gained in the practical implementation of projects for the benefit of the Roma communities.
Until 2030, it is envisaged to achieve a real equality, the socio-economic inclusion, and the reasonable participation of Roma (Factsheet of the European Commission, October 2020).
RESUME intents to contribute concretely to this and aims therefore at:
“A Roma Inclusion Mediator is a Roma knowing the real needs and having the trust of the Roma community. He/she mediates between the target group and relevant stakeholders aiming at the full inclusion of Roma in all fields of education.” More information can be found on Facebook.