ACCEPT Policy Workshop in Athens

ACCEPT Policy Workshop in Athens

10th National Roundtable against discriminations
Migrants and Roma in Greek Schools: a relevant discussion at a time of crisis?

20 December 2011, Athens, Greece

Which have been since 1990s the policies towards the integration and incorporation of vulnerable groups, migrants and Roma, in the field of education? How have state and non state actors acted towards this direction and how have their efforts been affected under present circumstances? How the country’s social cohesion is perceived in relation with migrants’ and Roma children? How social cohesion is interpreted today, when economic and social insecurity hinders both citizens and residents of the country?

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European Project ACCEPT PLURALISM (European University Institute) funded by the 7th Framework Programme and NGO ANTIGONE(Information and Documentation Centre on racism, ecology, peace and non violence), with the collaboration of Goethe Institut of Athens, called both researchers and people directly engaged in education to discuss and comment on those issues.

Held on the occasion of the World Migrants Day on 18 December, the Roundtable was entitled: Migrants and Roma in Greek Schools: a relevant discussion at a time of crisis?

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For further details, download the minutes:

Roundtable minutes (GR)

Roundtable summary (ENG)

For the full program see:

Roundtable Program (ENG)

Roundtable Program (GR)

 

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