Helping Roma and internally displaced to gain autonomy through cooperation with local actors
| Niska Banja, Serbia
The project is a one-year program aimed at contributing to the full social and economic inclusion of returnees under the Readmission Agreement and IDPs who have decided to stay in Serbia by promoting a sustainable concept of (re) integration of returnees and IDPs, especially Roma, by applying a successfully tested model of cooperation between civil society organisations, local governments and the private sector.
Photo by Hanza media, house reconstruction
The Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, the League of Roma and the City Municipality of Niska Banja announce the launch of the European Union-funded project “Establishing Housing and Financial Autonomy of Roma Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons through Co-operation on Local Level of Government”.
The following activities will be implemented within the project:
Every year, BFPE organizes more than 50 events: conferences, round tables, panel discussions, workshops and simulations. Find out more.
All of our program activities in one place; ideas; analysis; policy proposals; reports from conferences and events that we have organized.
Photos Roma League and BFPE On Friday, 2 August, we opened the offices of the project "Establishing Housing and Financial Autonomy of Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons", one that is jointly implemented by BFPE, Roma League and the (City) Municipal
Mixed migration and development