Last 19 February, Dr György Eszter, interviewed by the “HALLGATOI MAGAZINE” reported her direct experience in carrying on the case study of the minority heritage pilot within the REACH project.
Dr György, presented a global overview of the objectives, initiatives and main results achieved by the pilot, pointing out how its activities and especially the local encounters revealed the potential of future cooperation between stakeholders by identifying opportunities of cross-collaboration. the interview recalled step by step the initiatives that have involved the local Roma communities promoting cohesion and dialogue.
She highlighted that thanks to the REACH support, participants of the local encounters could overcome their isolation (geographical, social and professional) and create a strong network which is very important for increasing the visibility towards each other and fostering opportunities to exchange knowledge and experiences about their good practices and struggles.
Read the full text of the interview (Hungarian language)
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