COLLOQUIUM ON THE OCCASION OF THE 41TH THEODOR-HEUSS-PRIZE CEREMONY

The tasks of the “Decade of Roma Inclusion”

April 28th, 2006  Maritim Hotel “Alte Reithalle” Stuttgart  Germany

Theodor-Heuss-Foundation Germany

The 41st awards ceremony of the Theodor-Heuss-Prize will take place under the motto “Poverty and exclusion in Europe – Roma as an example”.
The former Worldbank president, James D. Wolfensohn, will be awarded with the 2006 Theodor-Heuss-Prize for his commitment, initiatives and actions against the social exclusion of Roma.
Two Theodor-Heuss-Medals, which are equal to the Prize, go to the initiative “Schaworalle – Hallo Kinder (Hello Kids)” in Frankfurt/Main for their exemplary concept of educational company and support of Roma-children and to the Pakiv European Roma Fund in Sofia/Bulgaria for its transnational commitment to overcome social and economical exclusion of young Roma.

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