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INTEGRIS: Integrated support for human rights

The project aims to support and strengthen the capacity of vulnerable groups to exercise and defend their fundamental rights and to combat discrimination.

The main beneficiaries of the project are people belonging to groups vulnerable to discrimination, especially women, Roma and LGBT+ people, from all over the country. The project is also aimed at lawyers and legal specialists, representatives of NGOs working with people belonging to vulnerable groups, public authorities providing support services, as well as the general public.

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News

Case #116: Legal procedures for a mother from Ukraine who wants to settle in Romania

November 18, 2022
Vulnerable group: women, refugees Human rights area: refugees' rights A new case was taken over through The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights. The request came from a lady from Ukraine who wants to settle in Romania after fleeing Ukraine as a result of Russia's war against Ukraine. She has reached out to us for […]
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Round table, Cluj Bar: Free access to justice for vulnerable groups, in a democratic judicial system

November 17, 2022
Equality and Human Rights Action Centre (ACTEDO), the Center for Legal Resources (CRJ) and the Cluj Bar Association will organise on Thursday, November 24, 2022, between 1:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., at the headquarters of the Cluj Bar Association, on Pavel Roșca Street, no. . 8, a round table, entitled: Free access to justice for […]
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Case #113: Asylum in Romania for Nigerian citizen, displaced by Russia's war in Ukraine

October 13, 2022
Vulnerable group: refugees Human rights area: right to asylum A new case was taken over through The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights. The request came from a person displaced by Russia's war in Ukraine. The applicant is a Nigerian citizen who had been living in Ukraine together with his partner, a Ukrainian national. The man came to Romania following […]
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Case #111: Erroneous Disability Certificate

September 13, 2022
County: Timis Vulnerable group: people with disabilities Human rights area: rights of people with disabilities A new case was taken up through The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights. The request came from the lady's daughter, whose mother suffers from Parkinson's stage 4 and is almost totally dependent on another person. Following the disability assessment, she was awarded […]
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Case #108: Sexual and psychological harassment at the workplace

August 9, 2022
Vulnerable group: women Human rights area: sexual harassment, psychological harassment, labour law A new case was taken up through The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights. It is about a woman from Bucharest who works for a state institution and is sexually harassed and constantly threatened by a work colleague. She reported this behaviour to […]
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The Pro Bono Network for Human Rights is expanding: 132 member lawyers

July 25, 2022
From the beginning of 2022 until July, 24 lawyers from all over the country joined the Pro Bono Network for Human Rights, thus the total number of ACTEDO's collaborating lawyers reached 132. They became members following training activities conducted by our organization, the thematic workshops held this year, following a recommendation from other lawyers who […]
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The project is implemented by the Equality and Human Rights Action Centre (ACTEDO), in partnership with the Centre for Legal Resources (CLR) and benefits from a 197.716,41 euros grant from Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants Grants 2014 -2021. The content of this website does not necessarily reflect the official position of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021; for more information visit www.eeagrants.org. More details about Active Citizens Fund Romania are available at www.activecitizensfund.ro.

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