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"Interviews with Teachers and Mediators Report."

The PALLAB (Pedagogical Approaches for Upskilling of Teachers, Mediators, and Experts Working with Romani Children and Youth) project has recently unveiled its "Interviews with Teachers and Mediators Report." This report is a significant milestone in the pursuit of equal opportunities and the reduction of early school leaving among Romani children and youth. In this blog post, we will delve into the key findings and implications of the PALLAB project, shedding light on the importance of this initiative.


PALLAB, at its core, seeks to enhance the skills and capabilities of educators, mediators, and experts who work with Romani children and youth. The project acknowledges the unique challenges faced by the Romani community and aims to bridge the educational gap that often results in early school leaving. Through interviews with teachers and mediators, the project collected valuable insights into the dynamics of the Romani community and the strategies that can be employed to create a more inclusive and supportive learning environment.


The PALLAB project is a commendable initiative that sheds light on the importance of equal opportunities in education. The insights gained from the "Interviews with Teachers and Mediators Report" offer a roadmap for creating a more inclusive and equitable educational system. It is our collective responsibility to ensure that every child, regardless of their background, has the opportunity to succeed and thrive in school.


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