The Roma still face deep-seated prejudices in many European countries. Discrimination faced by more than 10 million Roma living in Europe is reflected in four key areas: education, housing, employment and health. This project, of a territorial nature, develop measures and actions in several European cities, all with high percentages of Roma.
To do this they will carry out awareness-raising, training and social activism, social and employment as well as promoting the use of new information and communications technology. The project will focus on the prevention of racism and xenophobia at labour market of this group, to develop measures to educate the business community and the local society on discrimination in the workplace and how it contributes to exacerbate vulnerability and social exclusion of vulnerable groups in this case, Roma, victims of vulnerability and social exclusion. It has 10 partners in the European Union and with the leadership of the City of Andujar.