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Social Inclusion

 

All voices must be heard

Inclusion means that people are part of the social, economic, political and cultural life of their country and that their voices are heard and that they are able to use their capabilities, and access resources, including financial and business opportunities. UNDP helps social and economic inclusion in Albania through supporting policies and implementation measures designed to avoid exclusion by helping to remove barriers that stand in the way of people realizing their full capabilities. Group specific implementation measures (e.g. policy responses and action plans) are of critical importance for Roma and Egyptian communities as well as Persons with Disabilities, in no small part due to EU accession related commitments.

Removing barriers for inclusion

In order to address the risks that hinder realization of personal, social and economic potential of all individuals UNDP supports national policies and institutions to increase women’s participation and economic opportunities, improve their access to justice mechanisms, mainstream gender into legislation and development policies and eradicate gender based violence.

 

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Roma and Egyptians

have been employed from July 2016 to July 2018 through the 'Economic and Social Empowerment for Roma and Egyptians - a booster for social inclusion project'. 

 

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With EU support, new Multifunctional Community Center provides integrated community-based social…

UNDP, Tirana Municipality and ECO Tirana have signed an agreement to integrate socially and…

The reconstructed nursery in the neighborhood Donika Kastrioti in Berat opened its doors today to 30…

Elda Media, a 9-year old Roma girl from Lezha takes pride at the dress she has designed and made…

Five young people were awarded with special recognition during the celebrations of United Nations…

If you want to understand how a person with disabilities feels, ask Artan. He is 25 years old, from…

Today Eni, 12 year old, is excited: He is able to read independently and even for his parents.

Zymyle Seferi, a 23 years old young Egyptian, was helped by a EU-UNDP initiative in Albania to…

When Sanije and Hasan started married life together, their daily life and dreams for the future were…

Luli Feri 45 comes from the Egyptian community. Throughout all her life, she faced discrimination…

If you want to understand how a person with disabilities feels, ask Artan. He is 25 years old, from…

Project facts/targets etc.

Project Document: Leave No One Behind

This Inception Report outlines progress in the project implementation.

This is a call for application for the on job training schemes targeting Roma and Egyptians…

This is the progress report of "Leave No One Behind"project outlining results during the first year…

The Project “Economic and Social Empowerment for Roma and Egyptians – a booster for social…

This report explores existing budgets and social service expenditures of Albanian local…

This brochure brings in focus Roma Voices

This is the project document of : "Economic and Social Empowerment for Roma and Egyptians- a booster…

This Report outlines partnerships with Roma Civil Society Organizations.

This report provides an assessment of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) of/and for persons with…

The pilot model of Integrated Community Based Social Services (ICBSS) for Roma and Egyptian…

The subsidized Employment Scheme for Roma and Egyptians

This report provides an overview of the satisfaction with social services received by Roma and…

The “Intersex research study in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of…

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