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27 October 2017

27.10.2017, Skopje

DEPUTY OMBUDSMAN MRS. VASKA BAJRAMOVSKA-MUSTAFA ATTENDED THE LAUNCH OF THE CAMPAIGN “ENOUGH! GO BEYOND PREJUDICE, MEET THE ROMA!”

The Deputy Ombudsman Mrs. Vaska Bajramovska-Mustafa participated at interactive workshop with around 50 pupils from the primary and secondary schools in Kumanovo, held as the first part of the campaign “Enough! Go beyond prejudice, meet the Roma!”. The campaign is implemented with the support of the Council of Europe, as part of the Roma Pride program, organized by the National Roma Center from Kumanovo.

This workshop was aimed at launching the campaign for combating stereotypes and prejudice towards the Roma ethnic community.  The campaign aims to educate students from several ethnic communities on the rights of the child and the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in order to profound their knowledge and learn to recognize discrimination as well as the mechanisms for protection.

Mrs. Bajramovska-Mustafa discussed the issue of stereotypes and prejudices towards Roma with the students, and explained the principle of equality and non-discrimination in a multiethnic environment, stressing that this negative phenomenon still exists on various grounds, especially on the grounds of ethnicity.

According to the Deputy Ombudsman, campaigns for raising public awareness of the citizens are required, in order to educate them on the principle of equality and thus reduce discrimination.


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