Objective: The project aims to investigate causes and effects of precarious housing for Roma in Romania, and Roma women in particular, also in correlation with potential state-capture indicators
- Coalition building – identifying relevant actors at local level and closing partnerships with NGOs;
- Training together journalists and human rights activists;
- Investigating causes and effects of precarious housing on the affected Roma communities – fieldwork. Five case-studies drafted by the trainees in the previous activity, working in teams.
- Media and social media campaign on the basis of the case-studies in the previous activity.
- Advocacy campaign to change the legal and policy housing framework in order to stop forced evictions, increase the social hosing stock, and make the distribution of social housing equitable; drafting a policy paper to this end. Organizing round tables with decision makers in the communities where the case studies come from in order to find solutions for these communities.
Timeline: October 2018 – September 2019.
Supported by a grant from the Foundation Open Society Institute in cooperation with the OSIFE of the Open Society Foundations. Total budget: $63,249 ($3,500 co-financing by CLR).
Announcement: The Centre for Legal Resources is looking for journalists (in RO)