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Our work, oriented to producing real change  in the lives of Roma persons, is structured around twelve areas of intervention Our work, oriented to producing real change in the lives of Roma persons, is structured around twelve areas of intervention [editar] The FSG works towards the integral promotion of Roma persons through a multidisciplinary approach. To this purpose, we promote their access to social rights, services, goods and resources on equal terms as the rest of the citizenry. Get to know our different areas of work!
Our work, oriented to producing real change  in the lives of Roma persons, is structured around twelve areas of intervention

Our work, oriented to producing real change in the lives of Roma persons, is structured around twelve areas of intervention

The FSG works towards the integral promotion of Roma persons through a multidisciplinary approach. To this purpose, we promote their access to social rights, services, goods and resources on equal terms as the rest of the citizenry. Get to know our different areas of work!

International Action

The FSG has been developing international actions in Europe for over fifteen years, centred on sharing approaches and developing joint projects, on promoting our work and methodology, and on bringing, through networks, platforms and collaborative actions with other stakeholders, the Roma issues higher on the political agenda of the EU and member states. READ MORE

Education

Education is a basic pillar of the development of every person, and one of the elements facilitating social inclusion and equal opportunities READ MORE

  • Promociona Our commitment to education from an integral perspective

Social inclusion

The Roma community is one of Europe's ethnic minorities in which a significant number of families remain mired in situations of social exclusion, subject to discrimination processes that limit the exercise of their rights and access to resources and services which the rest of European citizens enjoy. In Spain the Roma community is the most important ethnic minoritie and despite the six centuries of permanence , can not be said to have had a process of successful social integration, but rather t READ MORE

Youth

Roma youth today is the generation with the greatest potential for positive transformation in the history of the Roma community in Spain READ MORE

Gender Equality

Fighting against multiple forms of discrimination, including gender inequalities, is among the key aims of the FSG READ MORE

Promotion of Roma Culture

Shedding light on the cultural past and present is a key instrument to highlight the essential and positive elements of the Roma people in the face of stereotypes and prejudices READ MORE

Employment

The FSG is committed to improving the employability of Roma persons as a means to their social inclusion READ MORE

  • Acceder The 'Acceder' programme was created in 2000 to promote the effective incorporation of the Roma community in the labour market

Housing

Housing remains one of the most relevant problems affecting the Roma community READ MORE

Health

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Equal Treatment

The Roma community, misrepresented by racial stereotypes, is the most discriminated against ethnic minority in Europe, experiencing both direct and indirect forms of discrimination READ MORE

Communication

The integration of the Roma community will be achieved effectively when its reality is portrayed in a balanced and non-stereotypical manner in the information media READ MORE

Volunteering

One of the fundamental values of the Roma community is solidarity, and is reflected in our strategic area of volunteering READ MORE