2021: School for all, school for everyone!

Project Promoter: Asociatia VOLO EDU (Vreau Educație)

Project Code: 2021-EY-PICR-0006

Schools involved in the project: Școala Gimnazială Gighera, Școala Primară Rromi, Școala Gimnazială Scăești, Scoala Gimnazială, sat Valea lui Stan, Școala Gimnazială Gângiova

The project addresses a number of 70 teachers, 75 parents and guardians and 250 students from five schools, the percentage of Roma children being 54%, on average. The activities start with the training of teachers who also work with Roma children and continue with awareness and learning activities for the parents and guardians and non-formal activities for pupils. Thus, not only do all children participate jointly in the organized actions, but the children’s teachers are also involved, together with their parents and guardians.
The general objective of the project is to increase the capacity of schools in Dolj and Valcea counties (SV Oltenia region), to ensure the civic competences for pupils in partner schools, for an effective inclusion of all children, regardless their ethnicity.

The general objective will be achieved through the following specific objectives:
OS1. To increase the communication capacity of teachers in an environment with pupils of different ethnicities, religions and social situations.
OS1 will be achieved by implementing:
AI – Teachers training, with the following sub-activities:
AII: – Development of teaching materials.

OS2. Increasing the capacity for recognition and acceptance of parents / guardians of pupils from the target group in terms of diversity.
OS2 will be achieved by implementing: C2, D and AIII – Learning activities related to social inclusion, tolerance and anti-discrimination, for all parents / guardians, regardless of ethnicity. We will include at least 46% of Roma parents in activities.
OS3. Creating a diverse cultural environment in schools, for the integration of pupils in the target group. OS3 will be achieved by implementing C2 and AIV – Non-formal activities for all children, for the development of social skills and attitudes. We will include at least 52% of Roma pupils in the courses.