The publication is the fruit of joint collaboration between the Council of Europe and UNESCO, which are committed to supporting the well-being and flourishing of Roma children and their right to education and development from birth. It is a concrete follow-up to the recommendations arising from an expert meeting on “Toward quality education for Roma children: transition from early childhood to primary education” organised in 2007 by the two bodies. It is hoped that the Guidelines will incite greater attention to, and above all, appropriate actions for, young Roma children by providing clear policy and programmatic pointers to conceiving an inclusive early childhood care and education system.
The Dosta! campaign toolkit was conceived to help you understand what the campaign is about and how you can use it to combat anti-Gypsyism by taking concrete actions at the local level. The toolkit includes a video kit that you, or media professionals, can use free of charge while reporting on Roma.