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JUSTROM3

Roma Women’s Access to Justice, or simply named JUSTROM3, is a Joint Programme between the European Union and the Council of Europe, with a focus on addressing multiple discrimination and improving access to justice of Roma women in four different countries.

In its previous phases, from February 2017 to March 2019, JUSTROM provided legal information to 12,700 beneficiaries (60% of which were Roma women), registered about 9,200 consultations (62% of which concerned Roma women). About 4,070 applications were submitted to various judicial, non-judicial and quasi-judicial institutions, through applications to free legal aid when possible. 

The third phase will run until August 2021 with specific objectives around 3 pillars. Read more about JUSTROM3.

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Study Visit with Equality Bodies and NHRIs

On 12-14 March, a Study Visit for Equality Bodies took place at the Council of Europe, in Strasbourg.
12-14 March 2019
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Study Visit with Equality Bodies and NHRIs

Participants in the study visit included members of the Commission for the Protection against Discrimination, from Bulgaria; the Greek Ombudsoffice and the Greek National Comission for Human Rights; the National Bar Council from Italy; and the National Comission for Combatting Discrimination from Romania.

The Study Visit was divided in four main sessions:

  • Hate Speech and Discrimination;
  • Anti-discrimination and Access to Justice for Vulnerable Groups: the European Court of Human Rights’ Perspective;
  • A Gender Perspective;
  • Synergies and Future Co-operation.

Sessions included presentations on several topics made by relevant departments of the Council of Europe and will use participatory methods to ensure as wide a perspective as possible, such as the European Court of Human Rights, Gender Equality, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, European Commission against Racism and Intolerance, GRETA and the Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights.

The purpose of the Study Visit was fourth-fold:

  • Deepen the knowledge on CoE standards on non-discrimination, access to justice and Roma women’s issues;
  • Build on the existing capacity of the Equality Bodies and NHRIs to deal with cases brought to them by Roma women;
  • Provide a platform for exchanges among Equality Bodies and NHRIs of the JUSTROM2 countries;
  • Identify challenges and discuss potential future co-operation with the JUSTROM Joint Programme.

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8 MAY 2020

Mentoring Session with Roma Women: Human Trafficking

Online, Plovdiv, Bulgaria Took place
7 MAY 2020
24 APR 2020

Mentoring Session with Roma Women: Human Rights

Online, Athens, Greece Took place
24 APR 2020

Mentoring Session with Roma Women: Domestic violence

Online, Plovdiv, Bulgaria Took place
22 APR 2020
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