The project builds capacities of public administration in promoting Roma inclusion utilizing the groundbreaking amendment of antidiscrimination legislation that sanctions temporary equalization measures (TEMs) on the grounds of ethnicity and gender.
Analytical activities entail designing of TEM schemes taking into account gender perspective in key sectors: education and employment. TEM schemes will be based on consultations with Romani NGOs and public administration.
In roder to facilitate practical application of TEMs, we established a cooperation with Trnava Higher Regional Unit and the University of Economy in Bratislava.
We will seek to convey adoption of internal guidelines on TEMs by central administration in our advocacy activities. Communication to the public will draw on good practices.