CRPRC Studiorum and the Organization for women and children rights protection “LIL” published a joint Position Paper “In the Limbo: Determining the Status and Citizenship of Roma in Macedonia – Targeted Resolving of Citizenship Status of Romani Habitual Residents in the Republic of Macedonia”. This paper considers possibilities for targeted resolving of citizenship status of Romani habitual residents in the Republic of Macedonia.
Having health policies, health of minority communities and especially health of Roma as part of its main focus of work, CRPRC Studiorum strives to actively participate in events on global level organized on these topics in order to contribute to and share its research findings and experiences. As part of these efforts, two of CRPRC Studiorum’s researchers will take part in the 3rd Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health in Europe to be held in Pecs, Hungary 27-29 May 2010.
On 22 January 2009 in Holiday Inn Skopje, CRPRC Studiorum and the Open Society Institute Macedonia organized one day conference on the topic Public Health in Macedonia and Roma, supported by the OSI Public Health Program.
CRPRC Studiorum’s research team, Neda Milevska-Kostova and Enisa Eminova in cooperation with HDZR “Mesecina” – Gostivar held press conference to promote the assessment report “Romani community in the Republic of Macedonia – situation and challenges in housing and health care”, on Friday, February 29, 2008 in hotel “Holiday inn”, Skopje.
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