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Roma Group

NATT+ Best Practice Roma Leaflet

Added: September 8, 2014 | Documents and Reports

The NATT+ Roma group has recently produced a brief document entitled: “NATT+ Best Practice Roma Leaflet for Schools”.

This is in response to a growing number of requests from teachers and other professionals asking for more information on Roma communities in the UK.

The document is a useful first step...

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NATT+ Roma Focus Group Study Visit to Budapest 2012

Added: November 11, 2012 | NATT+ News

What follows is a report of the NATT+ Study visit to Budapest that took plac in May 2012. You can download the report for off-line reading at the bottom of the page. There is also a NATT-Study-Visit-Budapest-2012 with pictures from the visit. Be aware that the file size is in excess...

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Roma Mental Health Advocacy Project

Added: May 5, 2012 | General News

Roma Support Group Health Project

A three-year Mental Health Advocacy Project funded by The King’s Fund ended in 2011. The project will continue to support service users in limited capacity through volunteering schemes. This research evaluation report was published in April 2012.

Roma Support Group website

Roma Mental Health Advocacy Project...

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Sustainability of Culture – Key Issues

Added: December 12, 2011 | NATT+ News

There are three key issues that Natalie Stables highlighted as a result of the discussions at the Global Round Table Meeting 2011 entitled “The Sustainability of Culture”.

  1. The Acceptance of Minority Cultures
  2. The Importance of Education
  3. Targeted Funding and Development Programmes for Minority Cultures

1. The Acceptance of...

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Global Round Table Meeting Report

Added: December 12, 2011 | NATT+ News

20-22nd October Budapest, Hungary

As Chair of NATT+ Roma Group, I had the unique privilege of attending the 2011 Global Round Table Meeting in Budapest on 20-22nd October. The focus of this year’s discussion was the “Sustainability of Culture – the greatest challenge of the 21st Century” including preserving and...

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