Posted on April 8 2013
Public announcement Keep reading…
Posted on August 30 2012
Romani children in Macedonia are being placed in special education without a clear and transparent process that allows parents to make a full and informed decision, according to new research by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) and the National Roma Centrum (NRC). Contrary to recent announcements by Macedonian Ministerial officials, most often it is education and diagnostic officials – not parents – who start procedures leading Keep reading…
Reducing Health Inequalities in Antenatal and Postnatal Care of Romani Women in the Republic of Macedonia
Posted on January 20 2012
The aim of this press release is to inform about the publishing of a document entitled Reducing Health Inequalities in Antenatal and Postnatal Care of Romani Women in the Republic of Macedonia – Policy Action Brief.
Report from focus groups of Romani women and from interviews with officials of health institutions in Kumanovo, Shtip, Kriva Palanka, Kochani and Bitola
Posted on January 18 2012
Within the “Health Inequities regarding Romani Women” project, NRC conducted a research on the access offered and the services Romani women use in periods of pregnancy, birth and nursing. Keep reading…
Posted on August 22 2011
35 organization react to the Proposal – law for youths
35 youth and civil organizations, today, 16th August 2011, publicly announced their notes about the non democratic and non effective solutions from the Proposal-law for youths which is still in procedure in the assembly. The youth organizations ask from the Assembly of Republic of Macedonia and from the appropriate Commissions for European issues and for education, science and sport to take in consideration notes and analyses, to provide consultative process and a public debate to include young people in defining of legal solutions. Keep reading…
Posted on April 8 2011
Macedonia, 8th April 2011 – National Roma Centrum (NRC) on the occasion of International Roma Day is underlying the urgency and importance of improving the situation of Roma community urging for real and visible actions. Starting from current perspective and dimension We are witnesses that Roma are trying to survive confronted with constant deterioration of socio-economic condition, stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination, lack of measures to protect cultural and language identity. Many initiatives were raised and formally supported, but still we have very clear gap in between, and should decide – Discrimination or Inclusion?
Posted on April 7 2011
On behalf of the World Health Day, NRC calls on accessibility, quality and effective health services for all Roma women and protection of reproductive health for all women in R. Macedonia.
From the examined 2.756 Roma women, 1789 lack their own gynecologist, 1331 has had an abortion, and 357 women had more than 3 abortions. From a total number of 2226 births, 173 children died Keep reading…
Posted on April 7 2010
7 April 2010,Kumanovo, – The National Roma Centrum (NRC) would like to address the public on behalf of 7th April, World Health Day, which is being celebrated in the honor of establishing of the World Health Organization as a possibility to turn the attention of the public towards significant issues in the area of health, as each year, this year it is being marked under the motto “1000 cities, 1000 lives”. Keep reading…
Posted on October 18 2008
Football is the biggest sport in the world and belongs to us all. It should be the right of every person to play, watch and discuss freely, without fear. Football Against Racism in Europe – FARE – will fight through football all forms of discrimination in football: in the stadium, on the pitch, in the changing room, at the training ground, in the office and classroom; by fans, players, managers, coaches, administrators or educators.
What started as a minor campaign in nine countries in 2001 has now become the largest series of anti-racism activities in sport ever staged. The 2007 Action Week saw a record number of more than 700 events in 37 countries in and around football grounds all over Europe . Europe’s top stars are lending support to the campaign. All 32 teams of the UEFA Champions League participated in the “Unite Against Racism” campaign, reaching more than 600,000 fans Keep reading…
Posted on September 23 2007
How much the state is prepared to offer a quality education for the Roma?
From the press conference on the 18th September 2007 in Skopje (NGO Info Center).
The National Roma Centrum for several years back through its activities has been trying to create positive currents within the frames of the educational issues of the Roma. The currents refer to more efficient and more massive presence in the educational process. On the issue of inclusion of Roma children in the educational system the NRC has been working in Macedonia but also abroad in partnership with European Roma organizations. Keep reading…