Some 20 Roma living in Valea Seaca, a commune of about 3,000 inhabitants in Eastern Romania, are facing constant administrative difficulties as they were not registered at birth, lack ID documents... Read more
Since 2011, the first phase of ROMED has been leading an initiative aiming to train mediators in delivering quality mediation between Roma communities and local authorities. Since the start of the programme, over 1300 mediators were trained in 22 countries. For more information click here.
After having laid the foundations for quality mediation in Europe, the second phase of ROMED zoomed in on local contexts and in particular on how mediation can stimulate the participation of Roma communities for a more inclusive and democratic governance of selected municipalities in 11 countries. The Programme started in 2013 and is ongoing. To learn more about ROMED2 click here.