21.01.2015 Successful model for overcoming the anti-Roma stereotypes among young people discussed in Brussels
Members of European Parliament, representatives of DG JUST and DG EMPL of European Commission, national institutions, NGOs and municipalities from Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Hungary took part in the conference “YOU(th) ARE TOLERANT” organized by AMALIPE Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance in Brussels on January 21. Two weeks after the entire world became Charlie and in a city full with policemen and soldiers like never before, they discussed a model for overcoming the anti-Roma stereotypes among young people, the place of anti-discrimination in the EU Roma policy and how activities for tolerance will be supported via European financial instruments.
10.01.2015 - In Europe, #NousSommesTousFrançais, #NousSommesTousJuifs, #NousSommesTousCharlie ! In Europe, #WeAreAllFrench, #WeAreAllJews, #WeAreAllCharlie
Center Amalipe supports the reaction of the European democratic society towards the terrorist attack against the freedom of speech which happened on January 7th, 2015 in Paris. Here is the Declaration of the European Grassroot Anti-racist Movement and SOS Racisme supported also by Center Amalipe.
Those who were killed in Paris were like us: Some were simple citizens who were killed because they were Jewish. Others were fighting for the liberty of expression. They were anti-racist militants, friendly comrades present during our efforts to establish a more just society, free from racism, anti-Semitism and obscurantism. Among the fallen, there were also police officers, who were charged with the duty of protecting the Charlie Hebdo journalists.
8.01.2015 -The position of Center Amalipe on the attack in Paris expresses support to the French people
Center Amalipe and its people are deeply saddened by the terrorist attack in Paris, France and express their support to the people of France and its communities. With this letter to the French ambassador in Bulgaria we state that no cause on Earth can take human lives.
Before the Christmas Ötletfa was like an ant hill. Every youngster was responsible for something for our big and fantastic Christmas Party. Our EVS volunteers helped a lot to the guys to make a conception, to spread the work and realize the program.
After the presentation of their lives ( “The life of the others; Time of the Gypsies”), the young Greek reporters- volunteers of the project are dealing with the big issue of their segregated schools. Early marriages, drop-out, lack of inspiration & motivation...