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  • Institutional support by the Norwegian Embassy

    Although active in the protection of Roma population for 10 years, many activities of the Young Roma remained unknown to wider audience in Montenegro due to undeveloped visibility and communication strategy.

  • Through education to integration

    Inclusion and retention of Roma children in the education system is the most important element of their integration and socialization. Problems such as illiteracy and weak economic power of parents significantly hinder this process.

  • Basic literacy programme for adult Roma in Herceg Novi

    This project, supported by the Municipality of Herceg Novi, aims to provide adult Roma with elementary literacy skills in order to facilitate their daily life and accelerate their integration into the Montenegrin society. The target group of the project is 20 adult Roma men and women who live in Herceg Novi.

  • Workshops for making jewellery DORRA

    NGO Young Roma, in cooperation with the Employment Agency launched a training program for making and selling jewellery, which lasted 45 days, starting from 1 August. Funds for this project were provided through the public works program of the Employment Agency.

  • Decade Focal Point 2015

    Full participation and involvement of Romani communities, including through Romani civil society, is one of the commitments made within the Decade.

  • Dorra Nuova: Enhancing employability of Romani women in Herceg Novi

    The aim of the project "Dorra Nuova" is to strengthen the employability of Romani women in Herceg Novi through the provision of space and materials for handcrafting and selling unique jewelery.

  • Workshops for informal learning of Roma language and culture

    This project was initiated by the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights, aiming at improving the situation of the Roma community and the successful integration of this population in our society. NGO Young Roma is a local partner of the Ministry for its implementation in Herceg Novi.

  • Enhancing the employability of Roma women in Herceg Novi - Dorra Nuova

    NGO Young Roma, in cooperation with the Employment Agency launched a four-month Training program for making and selling jewellery, starting from 1 April. Funds for this project were provided through the public works program of the Employment Agency.

  • Joint initiative to empower Roma civil society in the Western Balkans and Turkey

    The action aims to set up afacilitating structure for (pro) Roma civil society to actively participate in the local and national policy and decision making process and establish a constructive and systematic dialogue with authorities and Roma NGOs/CBOs to influence policies on Roma integration, social inclusion, non-discrimination, interethnic dialogue, socio-economic development and citizens’ rights.

  • Active Measures for Active Roma and Egyptians - AMARE

    The project "Active measures for active Roma and Egyptians" is being implemented by the NGO Coalition Roma Circle, NGO Humanitarian, Ministry for Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro, Municipality of Herceg Novi, Berane and Podgorica, Young Roma Herceg Novi and Enfants Berane.

  • Through education to integration

    Inclusion and retention of Roma children in the education system is the most important element of their integration and socialization. Problems such as illiteracy and weak economic power of parents significantly hinder this process.

  • Strengthening capacities of Roma for public activism – United we reach more!

    National Strategy for improving the position of Roma and Egyptians 2012 – 2016 and supporting action plans at national and local level embrace the stance that improvement of position of Roma population is hardly achievable without their appropriate participation in public life.

  • Personal documentation - first step toward equality

    Lack of personal documents hinders the achievement of a number of rights in the field of social protection for the domicile and displaced Roma and Egyptians. Aware of the importance of this issue, Young Roma started with the implementation of activities aimed at addressing the issue of Roma and Egyptians settled in the Boka Bay back in 2008.

  • Support to social protection and employment of Roma

    The project "Support to social protection and employment of Roma" is the continuation of the project "Personal documents - the first step towards equality 3", which was conducted in cooperation with the UNDP Office in Montenegro from November 2013 to March 2015.

  • Beat your prejudice!

    NGO Young Roma, in cooperation with debate club “Agora”, is starting with the implementation of project “Beat your prejudice!”, that will last till May of 2017. Project is financed by the Embassy of the United States - Podgorica, through Democracy Commission Small Grants Program.

  • Campaign: I AM ROMA, TOO

    Campaign "I AM ROMA, TOO" was organized on the occasion of the 8th of April, International Roma Day. The campaign was organized with the aim to emphasize the importance of Roma declaring their nationality at the Census of Population and Housing in 2011. The campaign was conducted with financial support of Open Society Foundation and in cooperation with the Roma Council and NGO Roma Circle.

  • Play "Romani wedding"

    Herceg Novi was the host "The Roma Wedding"o held n the occasion of the International Roma Day. The play had its premiere in Niksic and then it was performed in Podgorica. The purpose of the show is to promote Romani culture, customs and traditions, but also to increase awareness of the citizens of Montenegro on this population. The play was organised in the cooperation of NGO Young Roma, NGO Romani Dream and the Municipality of Herceg Novi.

  • Through education to integration

    Inclusion and retention of Roma children in the education system is the most important element of their integration and socialization. Problems such as illiteracy and weak economic power of parents significantly hinder this process.

  • Basic Literacy Program for Adult Roma in Herceg Novi

    This project, supported by the Municipality of Herceg Novi, aims to provide adult Roma with elementary literacy skills in order to facilitate their daily life and accelerate their integration into the Montenegrin society. The target group of the project is 20 adult Roma men and women who live in Herceg Novi.

  • Erasmus + Project on Building Capacity for Roma Organization’s on EU Funding and Partnership Building

    NGO Young Roma will start the implementation within the project “Roaming – Capacity Building of Roma Organization’s on EU Funding and Partnership Building” . Project will start on 01/09/2016 and will last till 01/09/2017.

  • Drafting local action plans for integration of Roma and Egyptians in Kotor and Tivat

    With the financial support of the missions of the Open SocietyFoundations to Montenegro and guided by the best practices and already adopted local plan for Roma integration in Herceg Novi, NGO Young Roma decided to expand its activities in neighboring municipalities.

  • Campaign ALL EQUAL - HIRE ME

    Young Roma in cooperation with non-governmental organizations 'Youth to You' and 'UM RAE' had carried out a joint campaign of lobbying and advocacy for greater employability of young people from vulnerable groups.

  • Decade Focal Point 2013

    Full participation and involvement of Romani communities, including through Romani civil society, is one of the commitments made within the Decade.

  • Decade Focal Point 2014

    Full participation and involvement of Romani communities, including through Romani civil society, is one of the commitments made within the Decade.

  • Building prefabricated houses for 8 Roma families in Herceg Novi

    The aim of the project is to secure durable housing solutions for 23 members of the Roma community in Herceg Novi as a tool for inclusion of the targeted groups in to the Montenegrin society.  This will be done in full respect of existing strategies and national action plans and other relevant documents. 

  • Increasing the employability of long-term unemployed women - DorraNuova

    NGO Young Roma in partnership with the NGO Hands from HercegNovi, started with implementation of the project "Increasing employability of long-term unemployed women - DorraNuova". Project is supported by the Ministry of Finance through the funds of the European Union. This pilot project will include 24 long-term unemployed women from the territory of Kotor, Herceg Novi and Tivat.

  • Unapređenje zaštite ljudskih prava pritvorenih i zatvorenih lica u Crnoj Gori

    Projekat " Unapređenje zaštite ljudskih prava pritvorenih i zatvorenih lica u Crnoj Gori" je dio programa Evropske Unije i Savjeta Evrope , pod nazivom “Horizontal Facility for the Western Balkans and Turkey” (Horizontal Facility), kroz koji se odražava angažman Savjeta Evrope u oblasti prevencije mučenja i zlostavljanja.

  • Personal documentation - first step toward equality 2

    In 2008, UNDP Office in Montenegro launched the project 'Personal documentation - first step toward equality' with financial support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). This national project is a part of a wider regional project, managed by the UNDP Regional Centre in Bratislava.

  • PGF Montenegro

    This project was implemented by CEDEM in cooperation with organizations UNO Libertask, Humanitarian and Young Roma within the MTM program which was aimed at improving the availability of EU funds to Roma organizations and improve Roma inclusion in Montenegrin society. The project is financially supported by the Open Society Foundation in Budapest.

  • Improving the integration of Roma at the local level

    This project was jointly implemented by CEDEM, NGO Young Roma and the Municipality of Herceg Novi, with the financial support of the Open Society Foundations in Budapest.

  • Institutional grant

    The Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade awarded institutional grant to our organization within the call "Strengthening civil society in Serbia and Montenegro." This Call aims to finance the functioning of civil society organisations in their work through so-called core funding. 

  • Together for the inclusion of Roma and Egyptians trough transparent and sustainable public policies

    NGO Young Roma, in January 2017 started with the implementation of the project "Together for the inclusion of Roma and Egyptians through transparent and sustainable public policies". Project is related to monitoring of policies aimed at the integration of Roma and Egyptians in the Montenegrin society as well as the monitoring of the budget allocation for the measures aimed to Roma and Egyptians integration.

  • Waste no chance! – Enhancing employability and labour rights of Roma waste collectors

    The Project Waste no chance! aims to contribute to labour inclusion and better working conditions of Roma waste collectors. It will provide capacity building of one of the most endangered group of unemployed persons belonging to Roma minority and offer sustainable solutions and institutional mechanisms in that regard.

    Specific objective of the project is to improve protection of labour rights and productivity of Roma and non-Roma waste collectors through capacity building and association will be achieved through achievement of the expected results listed below, by producing specific benefits to each target group and beneficiary, as follows:

    1) Improved knowledge and health protection of waste collectors through provision of equipment and trainings on occupational safety measures
    2) Increased competitiveness and enhanced productivity of waste collectors through association and targeted trainings
    3) Developed local partnership between waste collectors, business companies and local authorities.