An informative meeting with pedagogical assistants on the opportunity for enrolling additional education and obtaining degree in secondary education was organized today by Roma Education Fund Representative Office in Serbia.
During the meeting was also discussed about different types of support available for pedagogical assistants, their professional development and increasing competitiveness in the job market.
Redjepali Chupi, Director of the Roma Education Fund (REF), pointed out that REF will continue to provide support to pedagogical assistants in the future, given their significant role in the education of Roma children.
Roma Education Fund Representative office in Serbia implements the project “Employment Empowerment of Young Roma – phase 2” funded by the German Financial Cooperation implemented by KfW on behalf of the German Government – Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
The project integrates practical assistance and effective and efficient mechanisms to combat discrimination and the creation of conditions in which Roma can exercise all minority rights, with a focus on the education system and employment. Project aims towards strengthening employability and increasing competitiveness in the labor market, through established mechanisms that continuously improve job-related professional and life skills of beneficiaries.