Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance "Amalipe"

combating anti-Roma stereotypes among young people

15.12.2014 - Hungary. Week of Science

Week of Science 3Viktor Dobó does his Community Service for his high school degree at DARTKE in frame of Youth is Tolerance project. We asked him to talk about his experiences connected to the mini project what they have done for the Week of Science.


15.12.2014- The life of the others; Time of the Gypsies

15.12.2014 The life of the others Time of the GypsiesThe volunteers of the greek Youth Task Force Group are becoming ingenious reporters! They have started combating anti-Roma stereotypes among youngsters, after speaking about themselves. They are introducing their lives, because they want to show to people that are just human beings.


13.12.2014 - Hungary. National Conference of Hungary 2014

National C 3On the 12th of December Youth is Tolerance Hungary had its National Conference. We invited all of our partner organizations, partner schools, our steering committee, the representatives of the Roma community of Szeged, health and social workers, and of course, our youngsters.


11.12.2014 -The International Day of Human Rights was celebrated in the cities of Shumen and Vratza

11.12.2014 MD na pravata na choveka VracaOn the eleventh of December the volunteers from the “Youth is tolerance” club in Shumen, gathered in a cozy multimedia room in the town’s centre and along with the regional representative for Shumen on the Commission for Protection against Discrimination – Mr. Beihan Iyaz and with the director of the Regional health inspection – Doctor Pepa Kaloyanova had a discussion on the topic. On the event the young people got to learn about the human rights and the procedures on how to file a complaint, asignal and initiating manufacture.


11.12.2014 - Hungary. 16 days of activism

16 daysFrom 25 of November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 of December (Human Rights Day) our EVS volunteers, Agathe, Daniele, Anita and Benita organized a project at Ötletfa, Hódmezővásárhely. The aim of the project was to help youngsters to understand what does violence, what kind of violence they face, and how we can prevent violence.