Romania has at present the most developed system of mediation in Roma communities, with several hundred school mediators and healthcare mediators employed in different types of public institutions in all counties. The Romanian experience in this field has been the basis of the endeavors carried out in the last ten years in this field by the Council of Europe and has also been exploited within the VET4ROMA project through the elaboration, by the specialists of our organizations, of professional training modules for mediators, which have been used within several courses organized in Belgium, Italy, Serbia and Spain.
Between the 19th and 22nd of June 2015, the Intercultural Institute Timisoara and the Educational Assistance and Resources Centre âSperantaâ, with the support of the Ministry of Education and Scientific Research, organize a pilot training course for a group of school mediators in order to test a training and certification methodology regarding school mediatorsâ competences, in line with the national legal provisions in the field and the recommendation of the Council of Europe regarding mediation in Roma communities. The course is developed within the VET4ROMA project, co-financed by the European Commission.
Two organizations in Timisoara, the Intercultural Institute and the Educational Assistance and Resources Centre âSperantaâ collaborate with the civic Association âRadovi U Tokuâ in Novi Sad as partners within a European project focused on the training and certification of mediators working in Roma communities.
110 secondary schools enrolled for the contest, where the Banat Lyceum (Liceul BÄnÄĆŁean) operating in the Otelu Rosu obtained the fifth place in the new call for national competition published for winning the title of European schools.
The Conference of Presidents has decided in Strasbourg that the European Parliament would suspend cooperation with the Council concerning five dossiers, until a satisfactory solution is born concerning the management of the Schengen zone.
The project meeting entitled âFrom local traditional forms of work to European labour marketâ lasts until Saturday at the Diaconovici-Tietz Vocational Secondary School of ReĆiĆŁa. The event is jointly organised with the Reinhard-Mohn Skilled.
The Bucharest experts of the Delegation of the European Union organised a conference entitled âEurope is our houseâ on the occasion of the International Childrenâs Day on 1 June in the Cernovici-Tietz Grammar School of ReĆiĆŁa for the pupils and the teachers of the school.
The Voluntary Centre of ReĆiĆŁa participated at the 23 general assembly of the European Voluntary Centre and at the symposium entitled âWith voluntary service for society strengthening through innovation and inter-sectoral cooperationâ.