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European Projects

The Roma Project has been  involved and supported several European Funded Projects since 2014.
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RICHES: RECALIBRATING RELATIONSHIPS

Coventry University’s Centre for Dance Research was project coordinator for the EU Funded  RICHES 7th Framework Project. RICHES was focussed on bringing cultural heritage and people together in a changing Europe and finding new ways of engaging with heritage in a digital world.

The RICHES project is about change. For many in 21st century Europe, Cultural Heritage (CH) is more about what it is than who we are: though enormously rich, this treasure is often locked away, or crumbling, or in a foreign language, or about a past which to many people – young , old, newcomers to Europe and settled inhabitants – seems of little relevance.

It should be noted that while the RICHES project touched on the relationship between Digital Technology and vulnerable groups, it did it from a theoretical perspective.The communities, analysed in the project’s six case studies, could not be more diverse. The Roma Project was included in one of the case studies and engaged with first generation immigrants of Romanian nationality in Coventry and considered, mapped and analysed the digital cultural practices of the Romani minority in Coventry, UK, between actuality and potentiality.

Final Deliverable 4.1 can be read here RICHES-D4.1-European-identity-belonging-and-the-role-for-digital-CH_public which included work by Dr. Amalia Sabiescu whom at the time was working at Coventry University Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE).

Rosamaria Cisneros, Board member for the project co-authored a Policy Brief which included the work carried out in the case study. The Policy Brief  can be read here: EUROPEAN-POLICY-BRIEF_Identity-Minorities_final.

We have collaborated with Coventry University’s Centre for Dance Research

(C-DaRE) numerous times.

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PROTON aims at improving existing knowledge on the processes of recruitment to organised crime and terrorist networks through an innovative integration                                                          between social and computational sciences.

We are participating in the fieldwork that is being conducted by the CREA-UB team for the PROTON project, and specifically, which is oriented to analyse the impact of policies for preventing organised crime and terrorism. And that we are looking for how some specific actions, programmes and policies developed at the grassroot level prevent  from fall in networks of organised crime and terrorism. Press Release on the project can be found Proton-Press-release.