The Forum of European Roma Young People (FERYP) is calling for participants for its next
study session: "Diversity with and Diversity in the Roma community".

With regard to the situation of Roma in terms of human rights in Council of Europe member states, the Forum has agreed to develop a country-by-country approach, and following the analysis of the situation, make suggestions and proposals as to how the problems of racism and Anti-Gypsyism identified in each country might be overcome.

Alliance for Inclusion of Roma in Education is a four year project implemented by Foundation Open Society Institute – Macedonia (FOSIM) in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Science of RM/Department for Promotion and Development of Education in the Languages of Minorities and in cooperation with the Bureau for Development of Education (BDE).

This programme aimed to increase public support for development assistance and policy in the EU member states that joined in 2004, by raising awareness of development issues in developing countries, and how these might be alleviated by adopting rights based approaches to development.

REF has been supporting desegregation projects in Bulgaria, with aim to enable Romani students from segregated communities enroll and to succeed in integrated education since it was established 2005 and now REF seeks an external pedagogical expert in Bulgaria who will help project implementing NGOs in developing differential methodology for different education needs of beneficiaries.

The Associate will provide critical administrative assistance including, but not limited to, maintaining extensive files, contact lists and databases; maintaining communication among ERIO domestic and international network members and providing substantive, logistical and administrative assistance to ERIO staff ;...

Budapest, Hungary
Deadline for application: October 15, 2009
Selection notification: October 22, 2009

The Human Rights House (HRH) Sarajevo published 500 samples of the Universal Periodic Review brochure which contains Bosnian and English version of the Final NGO Report for UPR of Bosnia and Herzegovina, submitted in September 2009.

This distance learning course explores the human rights of migrants under international law, concentrating on the application of these international legal regimes on migrants and their families, both regular and irregular.

2010 Human Rights Essay Award
AU Washington College of Law, US
Deadline for submissions is February 1, 2010.