The Roma Education Support Trust was founded in 2012 and has since existed to promote better education outcomes for Roma heritage pupils in Europe. It aims to achieve this by working with teachers and schools to improve their skills and raise their expectations when working with Roma pupils. The Roma Education Support Trust's governance structure recognises the importance of active and efficient Roma participation: that is why Roma trustees make up 50 percent of the Roma Education Support Trust's board.
The Roma Education Support Trust’s objectives are to promote the well-being of Roma communities in the UK and other EU countries in a common effort to:
- advance education for Roma children/young people
- improve the opportunities available to Roma adults to advance their education
- foster means of cooperation between mainstream schools and other education providers in different counties
- promote other purposes which support these objectives as may, from time to time, be determined by a general meeting
The Roma Education Support Trust heavily contributed to the the film "Europe: Which children matter?" The Film explores the motivation and means behind the successes of multi-ethnic, multicultural learning environments in which all children, regardless of background, thrive. https://whichchildrenmatter.org © Pravaha films/ Pramení ops 2016
Záleží na každém dítěti
Praktická příručka společného vzdělávání pro české učitele. Nabízí českým učitelům a školám praktické rady, jak realizovat společné vzdělávání v praxi.
First year of the European Roma Spirit Award 2016 knows its Laureates
ERSA / 13. 10. 2016
The nominations arrived from 23 European countries who decided to participate in the first year of the European Roma Spirit Award (ERSA) 2016 – an international award giving presentation of activities, projects and individuals that support integration of Roma in Europe and bring effective and functioning solutions to the issues faced by the Roma community.