Roma health newsletter, Issue 4 - May 2013 - WHO

Under the following link you can find the 4th issue of Roma health newsletter published by the WHO Regional Office for Europe.

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EUPHA's 5th European Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health

Dear Colleagues,

Let me share with you a call for conference participation.

EUPHA’s 5th European Conference on Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health: Migrant and Ethnic Minority Health and Healthcare in the context of the current systemic crisis in Europe will be held in Granada, Spain 10-12 April 2014.

If you are interested in participation at this event please note the following deadlines:

Abstract submission deadline
November 14th, 2013 (Extended submission deadline)
Early registration deadline
February 1st, 2014

Here you can download the Conference Leaflet.

We would like to share with you the 3rd Formal Announcement (attached) as well.

For further information concerning the event please visit the following website:

With best regards,


Download this file (Extension-of-Deadline-3rd-Formal-Announcement.pdf)3rd Formal Announcement177 kB

Pre-medical course for Roma students in Hungary

Dear Colleagues,

Let me draw your attention to a unique initiative at the Semmelweis University in Hungary.

Increasing in the number of Roma intellectuals would be a milestone in the field of roma integration. Roma health care workers could contribute to better collaboration of Roma people in the health care system and could reduce the inequalities in the accessibility to the health care system.

You can read further details about the initiative under the following LINK.

With best wishes,


'Roma inclusion an important priority for the Grants'

Improving the conditions of the Roma population is a key priority for the EEA and Norway Grants. This was emphasised by Ambassador IngridSchulerud, one of the key speakers invited by the EU and the Council of Europe to an international conference on Roma earlier this week in Brussels.

You can find more useful information regarding the event and the efforts of EEA Grants to promote Roma inclusion under the following link.

Roma Holocaust survivor and artist Ceija Stojka dies

Ceija Stojka, a Roma (Gypsy) Holocaust survivor, writer and self-taught artist, has died aged 79.

You can read about her story on the BBC website. Click HERE.

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