Athens , 30 Semptember 2022 PRESS RELEASE Summary of results and policy recommendations of the REACH project The project “REACH: Roma women’s Empowerment and fighting discrimination in ACcess to Health”, which started in 2020 and was successfully...
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE FINAL EVENT OF THE REACH PROGRAMME On Tuesday, September 6, 2022, the online Final Event of the program “REACH: Roma women’s Empowerment and fighting discrimination in ACcess to Health” (https://romahealth.eu/) was...
Awareness and information campaign in the framework of the ‘’REACH’’ program Between the 23rd and 25th of November 2021, the Greek Roma Mediators and Partners Union, has made a campaign for raising information and awareness in the framework of the ‘’REACH’’ program....
A few words about the program The educational program «Roma women access to healthcare» aims to provide knowledge, skills, and tools to healthcare and social welfare professionals, in order to provide inclusive services to the Roma community and especially to Roma...
16/10/2021 PRESS RELEASEEducational Programme Commencement «Access to Healthcare from Roma Women» In a period where stereotypes, bias and inequality are apparent in every aspect of the everyday life, the educational program titled «Health access for Roma women» is...
Athens, 20/10/2021 PRESS RELEASECOMPLETION & FINDINGS OF REACH’s PRIMARY RESEARCH The “REACH: Roma women’s Empowerment and fighting discrimination in ACcess to Health” project started in 2019 aiming at combating discrimination against ROMA and their equal access...
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