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Project details

  • Organization name: Centre for Theatre of the Oppressed POKAZ | Centar za kazalište potlačenih POKAZ
  • Location: Zagreb, Croatia
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The initiative focuses on enhancing minority rights within the Roma community, using legislative theatre as a participatory model for legal regulation. Through workshops, performances, and advocacy campaigns, the project empowers Roma activists to actively engage in the legislative process actively, emphasizing improved access to education for Roma children. The initiative collaborates with local schools, government units, and civil society organizations, gathering proposals directly from Roma communities to ensure solutions are rooted in their experiences.

Grant amount: €15,000

This content was published in the context of our ‘Minorities, Accountability, Rights, Independence and Organizational Development’ (MARIO) programme. Learn more >

MARIO is funded by the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (2021-27) of the European Union (ref: 101091387).