On May 24, 2021, the Carpathian Foundation together with the Department of General Pedagogy and Higher School Pedagogy, the Department of Sociology and Social Work of Uzhhorod National University jointly held a training seminar on the problem of early development of children in the Roma community of Transcarpathia. Ms. Eleonora Kulchar, Director of Charity Fund
Join the fourth online webinar of our partners “Best practices of civil society organizations from the Carpathians”. Polish colleagues will share their experience. The event will take place on April 23, 2021. In particular, we will talk about: PROGRAM: 13:00 Opening – Jacek Skorka, President of the Brama Karpat (Carpathian Gate Foundation). 13:15 Modern village
HOW THE POSITIVE EXPERIENCE OF WORKING WITH ROMA IN TRANSCARPATHIA IS INTEGRATED INTO THE OFFICIAL SYSTEM
Sometimes not only children, but also adult Roma do not know how to read – or even distinguish colors. They do not know the basic rules of etiquette or hygiene standards. Don’t they know or don’t they understand the need? The Carpathian Foundation Ukraine undertook to radically correct this situation. The organization is working with
Bright culture and talented personalities – the Roma are an integral part of our society ⠀ Today, April 8, the world celebrates International Roma Day. This day is about tolerance, overcoming discrimination and harassment. And we focus our activities on this. ⠀ Remember: not all the Roma are criminals, not all criminals are Roma. Among
As part of the Carpathian Civil Society Platform Project, we are holding the next event in a series of online webinars in four countries in the Carpathian region. The presentation of the best practices of partners from Ukraine will take place on March 29, 2021. See the invitation for details
As part of the Carpathian Civil Society Platform Project, we are holding the first event in a series of online webinars in four countries in the Carpathian region. The presentation of the best practices of partners from Hungary will take place on March 23, 2021. See details in the invitation.
The team of the Carpathian Foundation congratulates all our colleagues, partners and subscribers on the International Women’s Day! Let new opportunities and ambitious plans open before you every day! Do what you love: grow flowers or take care of children, build houses or do military work, do science and do business. Don’t let your opportunities
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General practitioners and nurses of Perechyn and T. Remetivska territorial communities took part in a training organized by the Center for Public Initiatives on psychological aspects of working with Roma and prevention of “professional burnout”. The event was held within the initiative “Good Parents – Happy Children”, supported by the Carpathian Foundation within the Early
The Center for Public Initiatives is implementing the project “Good Parents – Happy Children”, aimed at raising awareness of Roma parents about the care of young children and the level of knowledge of Roma women about the pre- and postnatal period. In particular, they discussed the implemented steps and planned activities for the near future.