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ROMED1 Trainer’s Handbook - European training programme on intercultural mediation for Roma communities

ROMED1 Trainer’s Handbook - European training programme on intercultural mediation for Roma communities (2016)

Authors: Calin Rus (co-ordinator), Alexandra Raykova, Christoph Leucht Programme managers: Aurora Ailincai, Marcos Andrade Editors: Oana Gaillard, Ana Oprisan, Aurora Ailincai, Marcos Andrade, Marius Jitea

ISBN 978-92-871-8229-6
Type of document : Handbook
Format : Paper
Size : A4
Language : English
Number of pages : 127

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ROMED1 Trainer’s Handbook - European training programme on intercultural mediation for Roma communities

ROMED1 Trainer’s Handbook - European training programme on intercultural mediation for Roma communities

The general aim of ROMED1 is to improve the quality and effectiveness of the work of school, health, employment and community mediators, with a view to supporting better communication and co-operation between Roma and public institutions (school, health-care providers, employment offices, local authorities, etc.).

The ROMED1 trainer’s handbook was developed over five years of implementation of the ROMED1 programme, and is generally intended for trainers who followed a course of training for trainers in the framework of the programme. However, it can also be used by organisations − governmental or non-governmental − as a basis for new or adapted curricula for those working in a mediation context with or within Roma communities. It contains the key information trainers need to give a training course based on the ROMED1 methodology and on the human rights-based approach. The content of the materials should be adapted to the specific context of each country and to the profile of the mediators.

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The general aim of ROMED1 is to improve the quality and effectiveness of the work of school, health, employment and community mediators, with a view to supporting better communication and co-operation between Roma and public institutions (school, health-care providers, employment offices, local authorities, etc.).

The ROMED1 trainer’s handbook was developed over five years of implementation of the ROMED1 programme, and is generally intended for trainers who followed a course of training for trainers in the framework of the programme. However, it can also be used by organisations − governmental or non-governmental − as a basis for new or adapted curricula for those working in a mediation context with or within Roma communities. It contains the key information trainers need to give a training course based on the ROMED1 methodology and on the human rights-based approach. The content of the materials should be adapted to the specific context of each country and to the profile of the mediators.

FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PART I – ROMED1: THE EUROPEAN TRAINING PROGRAMME ON INTERCULTURAL MEDIATION FOR ROMA COMMUNITIES
Chapter 1 – The mission defined in the Strasbourg Declaration
Chapter 2 – The first training session
Chapter 3 – The second training session
PART II – TRAINING MODULES
First training session
Second training session
PART III – HANDOUTS TO BE USED IN THE TRAINING OR DISTRIBUTED AFTER THE TRAINING SESSIONS
REFERENCES
APPENDIX I – SUMMARY OF MODULES, HANDOUTS AND RESOURCES
APPENDIX II – CODE OF ETHICS FOR MEDIATORS
APPENDIX III – RECOMMENDATION CM/REC(2012)9

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