Communication and Cross Country Learning Program

Promoting the exchange of knowledge and experiences, and communicating information on policies and programs that support Roma inclusion in education systems represent one of the major pillars of REF’s activities. A comparative advantage of REF lies in its capacity to collect, collate and synthesize data and information from the field with the help of its international and local staff, its network of over 100 education experts, and through the more than 100 projects (grants) financed and monitored by the REF in 13 countries since 2005.

The REF has developed a series of communication tools, which includes the organization of conferences, workshops and seminars on specific themes; the publication of articles on selected topics; in addition to the elaboration of its web-site, Annual Reports, Magazine, Brochure and Monthly Briefs, all serving the purposes of cross-country learning.