Name of the project

Country-mapping of stakeholders that implement integration programs for Roma

Period

October 2016

Location

Albania, Bosna and Herzegovina, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo.

Description (goal/s and tasks)

Country-mapping of Roma non-governmental organizations, main Roma- related stakeholders and contact points, individual experts and mediators in the above-mentioned countries that could be resourceful in the implementation of future activities of the program ROMACTED.

Identifying priorities within the National Roma Integration Strategies of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo.

Identifying available political tools at both local and national level.  

Partner/s

Council of Europe (ROMACTED); Special Representative of the Secretary General for Roma Issues

Type of contract

Intellectual services, consultancy

Donator/s

European Commission

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Public and political participation of Roma women

Period

July 2016

Location

National level - Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

Main goals of the project “Public and political participation of Roma women” are the following:

Improving the status of Roma women by their greater involvement in the public and political life in the country; strengthening and supporting women;

Creating favorable environment in the political parties;

Increasing awareness among the general population, institutions and the business sector for overcoming barriers, with the aim of increased inclusion of Roma women.

The aim of the research conducted by the Institute for Research and Policy Analyses – Romalitico is to present the situation of the numbers and positions of Roma women in political parties, state and public institutions.

IRPA – Romalitico developed and prepared the research methodology for data collection purposes, systematized and processed the collected date.  

Partner/s

Roma Оorganization for Women from Macedonia – “DAJA”

Type of contract

Preparation of Report, experts engagement

Donator/s

European Union through European Instrument for Human Rights – EIDHR, co-financed by InSoC (Initiative for Social Change)

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Strengthening Roma children and families in exercising their rights

Period

November 2016

Location

Local level – in the following municipalities: Prilep, Bitola, Stip, Kumanovo, Shuto Orizari and Gorche Petrov

Description (goal/s and tasks)

IRPA – Romalitico prepared an analysis on the barriers in the access of monetary rights for children from the following municipalities Prilep, Bitola, Stip, Kumanovo, Shuto Orizari and Gorche Petrov.

Romalitico has developed the methodology and the tools for conducting the analysis.

Partner/s

Roma Organization for Multicultural Affirmation – ROMA S.O.S.

Type of contract

Consulting services, conducting analysis

Donator/s

UNICEF Skopje

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Evaluation of the position of Roma women

Period

March – May 2017

Location

Local level: Tetovo, Kumanovo, Stip and Prilep

Description (goal/s and tasks)

Preparation of a research for evaluating the situation of Roma women in relation to unemployment, inclusion in the labor market and the usage of active measures for employment implemented by the Government of Macedonia. The research was conducted for the following cities: Tetovo, Kumanovo, Stip and Prilep.

IRPA – Romalitico developed the methodology and conducted the evaluation.

Partner/s

Roma Association for Women and Youth – “Luludi”

Type of contract

Conducting a research, consulting services

Donator/s

IPA Civil Facility and Media Programme 2014, European Union;

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Research and assessment of the main policies for Roma on a national and local level

Period

March 2017

Location

National level - Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

The research topic derives from the necessity of strengthening the power of influence of Roma organizations in the process of creating public policies related to social inclusion, minority rights and fight against discrimination of Roma community in Macedonia. For that purpose, IRPA – Romalitico prepared a research and assessed the main policies for Roma on national and local level. 

Partner/s

Roma CSO Network – Roma Community’s Response represented by Humanitarian and Charity Association of Roma – Mesecina Gostivar

Type of contract

Preparation of research and assessment

Donator/s

IPA Civil Facility and Media Programme 2014, European Union

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Roma for free and fair elections

Period

November 2016 – March 2017

Location

National level

Description (goal/s and tasks)

IRPA – Romalitico was engaged in preparing the following activities:

Report of the initial findings of the elections;

Analysis for the accountability and responsibility of political parties for their pre-election promises;

Translation of the final observation report for accountability and responsibility of political parties followed by recommendations for improvement of the situation of Roma from English to Macedonian for the aim of the project “Roma for free and fair elections”.

Partner/s

Association Initiative for Social Change – InSoC, Skopje

Type of contract

Preparation of a research, experts engagement

Donator/s

“Roma CSO Network – Roma Community’s Response” -  IPA Civil Facility and Media Programme 2014, European Union

 

 

 

 

Name of project

Increasing the participation of Roma women in the labor market

Period

March 2017

Location

National level - Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

Preparation of a Guideline for Providing Support in the Process of Employment – Legal and Health Help.

Partner/s

Macedonian Development Foundation for Companies (MRPF)

Type of contract

Experts engagement

Donator/s

European Union (EU)

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Common Initiative for strengthening the Roma civil sector in the Western Balkan and Turkey

Period

November 2017

Location

National level – Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

The aim of the project is to establish constructive and systematic dialog among local and national institutions and Roma civil sector. The goal is improvement of Roma integration, social inclusion, non-discrimination, inter-ethnic dialog, socio-economic progress and civil rights.

The general aim is building the capacities of (pro) Roma organizations that work on improving the status of Roma in Macedonia.

The specific aim is strengthening the positions on local and national level of the Roma civil organizations, as well as improving their influence on policies that target Roma as target group.

IRPA – Romalitico prepared an analysis on the governmental policies for Roma inclusion.

Partner/s

The project is implemented by Roma Active Albania and the partner organization Regional Roma Educational Youth Association – Rroma.

Type of contract

Small grant for research purposes

Donator/s

European Union (EU)

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Public and political participation of Roma women

Period

November 2017

Location

National level - Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

Evaluation of the project – preparation of Impact Report about the final project activities.

Presentation of the report at the final conference.

Partner/s

The project was implemented by the Roma organization for women from Macedonia – “DAJA”

Type of contract

Preparation of report, experts engagement

Donator/s

European Union through European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights – co-financed by InSoC (Initiative for social change)

 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Sustainable models for employment of Roma

Period

December 2017 

Location

Local level – Prilep and Kumanovo

Description (goal/s and tasks)

The overall goal of the project is to improve the skills for employment in the construction sector, the housing sector and in the sector of energy efficiency.

The main aim is increasement of the employment potential of Roma population by increasing individual skills and facilitating access to the labor market.

IRPA – Romalitico was engaged in this project for preparation of a study based on qualitative methods. The Institute conducted the analysis according to predeterminate criteria. The study’s title is “Sustainable Models for Employment of Roma” and it presents the perceptions of the final beneficiaries of the project. The study is also prepared including a gender perspective. 

Partner/s

The project is implemented by the association “Habitat for Humanity” – Macedonia

Type of contract

Preparation of study

Donator/s

European Union (EU) – IPA grants

 

 

 

Name of the project

Civil Society for Roma Integration – In the Shadow

Period

2017 – ongoing

Location

National level – Macedonia

Description (goal/s and tasks)

The main goal of the project is shadow monitoring of the progress of implementation of the National Strategy for Roma in Macedonia and its national action plans, research and advocacy for policy change for improved and better effectiveness of its implementation. 

IRPA – Romalitico participates in the process of planning and development of the operational plan with the following activities: planning, monitoring, implementation, coordination and fulfillment of other activities in correlation with the needs of the project.

Participation in the process of planning, monitoring and evaluation of the whole project.

Partner/s

Center for Policy Analysis - CEA

Type of contract

Project – reporting, research and advocacy

Donator/s

Roma Initiative Office (RIO), Foundation Open Society Budapest 

 

 

 

Name of the project

Institutional support

Period

2017 – ongoing

Location

Skopje

Description (goal/s and tasks)

The grant is dedicated for institutional development of the institute

Partner/s

/

Type of contract

Project

Donator/s

Roma Initiative Office (RIO), Foundation Open Society Budapest 

 

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