The project "Social Justice" aims to eliminate the gap between communities
The NGO Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians, and the Office of Good Governance of the Office of the Prime Minister, have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at eliminating anti-Gypsyism and increasing access to education and employment for Roma communities. Ashkali and Egyptian.
Also one of the key goals of the project is to reduce the gap with other communities.
"The Social Justice Project sets out a comprehensive range of interventions that will influence public policy change and improve the importance of social inclusion actions in the areas of child protection in education, employment and housing and by expanding these to include anti-Gypsyism as a priority in its own right and a transversal topic ”.
"The consortium will achieve these changes by first building a strong foundation with community actors and then by continuously expanding ties with the whole community, civil society and authorities at the local and central levels, as well as with other countries." of the Western Balkans and at European level so that integrated actions towards social inclusion become increasingly effective and the quality of life of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo will gradually improve. "Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians will be treated equally and will be able to exercise the same opportunities and rights as everyone else," the statement said.
"As a result, the gap between communities and mainstream society in educational outcomes, access to employment and decent living conditions will narrow over time and the overall inclusion of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians will improve and widen."
“The Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians, which is the main agency in the Consortium is a local community-based civil society organization founded with the main goal of helping the most vulnerable ethnic communities in Kosovo, with a special focus on Roma , Ashkali and Egyptians to integrate into Kosovo society ”.