The Sedrin Project

Welcome to the site of the Sedrin project. A project that aims to help Roma children to complete their primary education.

We decided to tackle this problem by training the Roma women to act as intermediators between the Roma children and the school.

Desegregation and Action for Roma in Education Network (DARE NET)


The causes and effects of school segregation are often similar in European partner
countries, thus necessitating a sustainable and common response to achieve effective
results. The DARE NET project seeks to address segregation of Roma children in
schools across different European countries in this regard, whilst developing an
International Roma Civil Society Network for the dissemination of best-practices and
successful educational initiatives (policy, non-governmental initiatives, court jurisprudence).
Mediation is now recognised as a very powerful, yet modest instrument
for restoring dialogue and mutual trust between estranged communities in the field
of education. The network will train 100 school mediators to raise awareness
amongst Roma families and school communities about the importance of desegregation
and to conduct preventive measures to eradicate it. With the identification and
documentation of best practices and successful educational initiatives, a guide for
monitoring the situation of segregation will help local and national organisations to
review segregation issues and contribute to their solution.


lifelong learning

This project is co-funded by the European Commission. This publication reflects the views of the author only and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use of the information contained therein.


Supported by the DI-XL project related with the dissemination and exploitation of LLP results through libraries

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