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Finding sustainable funding to build health equity in Europe
Online workshop
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24 June 2021

14:00-15:30 CEST

online

As a result of COVID-19, civil society organisations must find new income streams to tackle public health challenges, such as addressing the gap in life expectancy between Roma and the general population.  Sustainable funding is vital to strengthen their capacities to support vulnerable communities, such as Roma, homeless people, migrants and refugees, people with disabilities or LGBTQI+. 

Our workshop for national and local Roma and pro-Roma
civil society organisations, public health communities,
 NGOs working with vulnerable groups and research institutes willing to establish cross-sectoral and transnational cooperation aims to increase understanding about different income streams for tackling health inequalities across Europe. 

Join representatives of the European Commission, European
Free Trade Association/Norway Grants and the Council of Europe to find out more about what funding might be available for activities to advance health equity and social justice.

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14:00-14:05 : Welcome remarks

European Public Health Alliance

14:05-14:35 : EU and non-EU programmes to support Roma public health projects

The role of the CERV 2021-2027 programme for strengthening the protection and promotion of Roma rights
Francesco Zoia Bolzonello, Programme Manager DG Justice, European Commission

Promoting Roma inclusion in EU Member States and Candidate countries through the Norway grants
Anna Striethorst, Senior Sector Officer for Civil Society and Marina Csikos, Trainee, (Financial Mechanism Office)

Poznan Declaration and Roma Equality, Inclusion and Participation in the Western Balkans: challenges and opportunities for civil society organisations in pre-accession countries
Marta Garcia Fidalgo, Adviser for Coordination of Roma Policy

14:35-14:45 : Questions
14:45-15:15: Building successful partnerships to support Roma health

Romact programme: acting at local level for improving Roma health
Clémentine Trolong-Bailly, Project Officer at Council of Europe

Key factors for building successful transnational projects
Daniela Miranda, The Center for Community Research and Action, University of Seville

Strategic partnership to address health inequalities
Petronela Sturz, Head of department for development, investments, public procurement and EU projects, local authorities of Mizil, Romania

Building knowledge through transnational projects: the role of European Universities
Daniela Filakovska, Department of Health Psychology and Research Methodology, Faculty of Medicine, PJ Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia

 

15:15-15:25 : Questions
15:25-15:30 : Conclusions and closing remarks

European Public Health Alliance

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Radost Zaharieva

Policy Coordinator for Health Inequalities, EPHA

radost.zaharieva@epha.org

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