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1 normative regulation at national and local level for Roma inclusion Primaria Orasului Cernavoda

2 . Strategy of the Romanian Government Government Decision № 1221/2011 for approving the strategy of the Romanian government for the inclusion of Romanian citizens from Roma minorities for the period 2013-2020 The aim of the government's strategy is to provide socio-economic inclusion of people from Romanian Roma minority through the application of integrated policies in the field of education, employment, healthcare, housing provision, culture and social infrastructure.

3 Working Group Cernavoda established with a decision of the City Council Cernavoda № 38 from 25.02.2013. analyzes, plans, organizes and implements sector activities in the plan with the measures specified in Government Decision № 122 1/2011. aims at establishing the basic needs and priority areas for action in accordance with the government's strategy, based on the process for facilitating the community, organized by local experts.

4 Structure of the Working Group Cernavoda  Employee of the City Hall expert on Roma  Representative of Education  Representative of healthcare  Representatives of the city hall: Deputy Mayor, social workers, local police  Members of the Municipal Council of Cernavoda  Representative of the local Roma community

5 SWOT Analyses - EDUCATION  low participation in pre-school and school education;  increasing dropping out of schools, permanently, temporary or absences ;  low level of education, illiteracy rate is rising;  lack of training or qualification;  lack of training or retraining programs for Roma;  poor performance of programs for preventing school dropout among Roma children;

6 SWOT Analyses - Employment  low participation in the labor market, lack of professional qualifications, discrimination, lack of personal documents, poor health;  uncertain financial situation: income from social benefits (state allowances for children, aid for supporting the family, heating subsidies or income from occasional employment);  lack of funding for projects aimed at creating jobs for Roma;  lack of incentives for the revival and practice of traditional crafts that meet current market demand.

7 SWOT Analyses - HEALTH  poor health due to bad sanitary- hygienic conditions, problems with housing provision and nutrition, poverty, low income, problems with access to healthcare services  Poor level or even lack of sanitation;  high risk of diseases ;  Exclusion of Roma from the health insurance system: no access to a general practitioner ( GP) or fully/ partially subsidized medicine, no request forms for free consultation with a specialist;  increased number of births among minors aged between 14 and 18 years.

8 SWOT ANALYSIS living accommodation AND INFRASTRUCTURE  improvised dwellings, built illegally, with small rooms unsuitable to live in, lack of the minimum required hygienic conditions, no connection to public services ;  development of poor marginal areas  underdeveloped or nonexistent infrastructure of public utilities in poor marginal communities with a majority of ethnic Roma  extremely poor hygienic and social conditions;  small number of Roma who have their own home ;  low capacity of the municipal dwellings.

9 SWOT ANALYSIS - CULTURE  preserving, developing and strengthening the cultural identity of Roma minority: language, customs and heritage;  organizing events to celebrate the "International Day of the Roma" (April 8)

10 SWOT Analysis - CHILD PROTECTION Initiating programs for prevention and combating discrimination faced by Roma children, and promoting the results of the partnerships between NGOs and the local structures for child protection; Organizing campaigns for preventing abuse and neglect of children, or any event that may cause separation of the children from their families ; Organizing campaigns for raising public awareness about children's rights and problems, and the families at risk

11 SWOT Analyses Justice and social order Organization of street actions in the region of Cernavoda to identify children and adults involved in begging. Inter- institutional cooperation for their social and professional reintegration ; Initiating and conducting programs for legal, civil and preventative education, in cooperation with representatives of Roma minority, including : - Classes informing about the Road Traffic law in schools and kindergartens; - Combating violence and antisocial behavior, both in and out of the schools ; Conducting information programs for identifying and solving the cases which involve discrimination.

12 SWOT Analyses – ADMINISTRATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  inclusion of Roma in the targeted vulnerable groups, covered by the local social work plan;  lack of effective dialogue and cooperation between the Roma community and the local authorities ;  Poor utilization of public financial resources for developing the social dwellings fund ;  lack of integrated programs for Roma inclusion ;  lack of procedures applied at local level to help Roma receive their identification documents.

13 The municipal council of the town of Cernavoda in order to solve the identified problems, adopted "Local Action Plan for the Roma community in the town of Cernavoda for the period 2013-2020”

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