Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance "Amalipe"

combating anti-Roma stereotypes among young people

Brochures Roma Pride 2014, Bulgaria

reni-romapride flaer 2014 engl print-it-is-still-sifficult-to-be-roma-reniSome interesting facts for the Roma culture that you probably do not know, but you will find interesting. Take a look here:

"Did you know that..."

"10 things you do not know about Roma..."

"Let's start with...a Roma fairytale..."

"It's still hard being a Roma..."

 

Romania. YTFG Activities Fryer. Romanian

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Here you can see more information about the YTFG's actions in Bucarest, Romania. 

 

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Youth is Tolerance Manual - Bulgarian

narachnik po tolerantnostThe aim of this handbook is to support the work of the youth voluntary groups and youth clubs as a whole. The information in it is carefully selected, and the methods specified – tested and working. The result we expect is that the handbook becomes a true friend of the volunteer people in Youth is Tolerance club and a trustworthy source of information for the young people who need it.

Supporting the work of the volunteers under the project, the handbook will contribute to upgrading the culture of tolerance among young people in schools, universities and/or their natural environment - parks, clubs and other places, visited by youths in their free time. 

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Brochures Roma Pride 2013, Bulgaria

romapride poster thumbSome interesting facts for the Roma culture that you probably do not know, but you will find interesting. Take a look here:

"Did you know that..."

"10 things you do not know about Roma..."

"Let's start with...a Roma fairytale..."

"It's still hard being a Roma..."

 

Results of the sociological research made in 6 districts in Bulgaria about the stereotypes of the young people

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The present report provides statistical analysis and comments on data from a sociological survey representative for young people in six administrative regions in Bulgaria, conducted in June 2013. The report presents a survey on stereotypes for seven ethnic groups living in the country and the social distance towards six ethnic minority groups. The results show maintaining of significant social distances and the existence of pronounced negative stereotypes towards Roma and the new emigrant communities (Arabs and Chinese). Where possible, the report offers a comparison with current data from national representative surveys in order to identify differences in the attitudes of the target group and target regions within the context of public opinion on a national level.


For more information, read here.