Efforts Towards Roma Integration with Development Funds – Insight Into Professional Views. Interview With Deyan Kolev
Deyan Kolev has an MA in Philosophy and History (Central European University). Currently he is doing his PhD in political science. He is chairman of the AMALIPE Centre for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance Association – one of the most active Roma NGOs in Bulgaria.Szilvia Rézműves, the author of these interviews, is a social politician. She has been an interviewer in several research projects analysing the situation of socially excluded communities. She is national project officer of the ROMACT programme which is a joint programme of the European Commission and the Council of Europe.
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