The Invisible Study Hall is an equal opportunities program for disadvantaged, mainly Roma children. Children are supported from the age of 5 to the end of secondary school with a complex set of services in a holistic approach tailored to their individual needs. We support families through social work and by connecting different social groups. Our key objective is to ensure that children start primary school in the best available, inclusive school and to compensate for disadvantages through long-term mentoring, skills development, recreational and community activities involving volunteers.
Rosa Parks Foundation - Invisible Study Hall
Sector: Civil Society / Social Economy
Fields of action: Poverty, Non-formal education, Ethnicity
Project owner: Rosa Parks Alapítvány, Rosa Parks Foundation
Responsible person: Dóra Dalma
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