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Application deadline for IRU delegate to Congress in Skopje expires January 15

As part of its activities, the International Roma Union - IRU, according to its decision, the next IRU Congress will be held on March 28-30 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Northern Macedonia.

In addition to the election of the new IRU leadership, there will also be new IRU delegates.
According to the Statute of the IRU Congress is held every 4 years, and the last 10 IRU Congress was in March 2016.

For the right time in the history of the IRU during the Congress in Skopje, the future Presidency will also be elected by registered voters who will cast their ballots electronically. So far, 5,600 voters have been registered with the Democratic Transition Commission and this will be a broader and more democratic mandate for the future IRU leadership.

At the same time, new delegates will be admitted to the IRU. You can find application forms on the IRU Web site at https://iromaniunion.org/index.php/mk/# for the rules, form, and deadline for applying for an IRU Delegate in the Documents folder, as well as at the front page of the Roma Times Web Portal - https://www.romatimes.news/index.php/ro/

Applications for admission to the new IRU Decades for the next IRU Congress are due by January 15, 2020

As part of its activities, the International Roma Union - IRU, according to its decision, the next IRU Congress will be held on March 28-30 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Northern Macedonia.
In addition to the election of the new IRU leadership, there will also be new IRU delegates.
According to the Statute of the IRU Congress is held every 4 years, and the last 10 IRU Congress was in March 2016.
For the right time in the history of the IRU during the Congress in Skopje, the future Presidency will also be elected by registered voters who will cast their ballots electronically. So far, 5,600 voters have been registered with the Democratic Transition Commission and this will be a broader and more democratic mandate for the future IRU leadership.
At the same time, new delegates will be admitted to the IRU. You can find application forms on the IRU Web site at https://iromaniunion.org/index.php/mk/# for the rules, form, and deadline for applying for an IRU Delegate in the Documents folder, as well as at the front page of the Roma Times Web Portal - https://www.romatimes.news/index.php/ro/

New IRU Membership Application Forms Launched for Next IRU Congress in March 2020

As part of its activities, the International Roma Union - IRU, according to its decision, the next IRU Congress will be held on March 28-30 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Northern Macedonia.
In addition to the election of the new IRU leadership, there will also be new IRU delegates.
According to the Statute of the IRU Congress is held every 4 years, and the last 10 IRU Congress was in March 2016.
For the right time in the history of the IRU during the Congress in Skopje, the future Presidency will also be elected by registered voters who will cast their ballots electronically. So far, 5,600 voters have been registered with the Democratic Transition Commission and this will be a broader and more democratic mandate for the future IRU leadership.
At the same time, new delegates will be admitted to the IRU. You can find application forms on the IRU Web site at https://iromaniunion.org/index.php/mk/# for the rules, form, and deadline for applying for an IRU Delegate in the Documents folder, as well as at the front page of the Roma Times Web Portal -
https://www.romatimes.news/index.php/ro/

IRU Video Conference: Ahead of the IRU Congress in March 2020 in Skopje, great interest in joining new delegates to the organization!

Membership and Presidency of the IRU, this weekend via video conference were presented the instruments and guidelines for the upcoming IRU Congress to be held from 28 to 30 March 2020 in Skopje, R.N. Macedonia.
During the discussions and presentations, the Presidency of the IRU outlined guidelines on how to implement the plan for implementation in the field of Democratic Transition, namely the manner of electronic voting, where more than 5,000 voters are already registered around the world.
It is also interesting that the IRU during the IRU Congress will verify the mandate of the newly admitted IRU delegates. As previously informed, applications are now underway for membership in the IRU where application forms and rules are available on both the IRU Web site and the Roma Times Web Portal.
Interestingly, the interest in leadership in the oldest and largest Roma organization IRU is immense. Every day a huge number of applications arrive at the IRU email address.
This clearly and unambiguously shows that the IRU is a respected and highly positioned Roma organization and that everyone knows the credibility of the IRU internationally.
It is also interesting that all potential candidates for IRU membership are clearly distancing themselves from the so-called IRU. Parallel to other illegal IRU organizations currently being declared as such, and it is clear that they are operating the International Roma Union - the IRU whose registration is in Vienna, Austria, which is also ECOSOC status in the United Nations and that its president is Zoran Dimov is also a supporter of the implementation of the Democratic Transition whose creator and strategist is the first IRU Secretary-General, Mr Grattan Pucson of London.
Otherwise the coordination and stages to the following directions will continue in continuity and that the next Video Conferencing is scheduled for the second week of January 2020.

Meeting of the IRU Cabinet and part of the ERTF Board held in Stockholm this weekend

As part of its activities on 6 and 7 December 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden organized a meeting of the IRU Cabinet, as well as a part of the ERTF Board and the women's organization Phenalipe. The promoter and organizer of this event was the Head of the IRU Committees and the Vice President of the IRU Rosita Gronfors
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For the third time, Rosita Gronfors proved to be a responsible host and organizer, and the whole organization flowed in an impeccable atmosphere.

The meeting of these organizations was attended by the President of the IRU Zoran Dimov, Rosita Gronfors - Head of the IRU Committees, Stefan Kuzhicov - VD President of the IRU Parliament, Gregor Julson - Head of the IRU Romano Cris, Ramush Muarem – Gen. Secretar of the IRU Zvonko Jasarevic - IRU Chris, Marja Eronen - Advisor to the IRU Cabinet. Abigal Hocking and James Wragg - from the Democratic Transition Office, Lars Demeter, Head of the IRU Religious Commission and Tore Jarl Bielenberg, IRU delegate from Norway.

Also representatives from ERTF President Miranda Vuolasantra, and ERTF representatives as well as the women's lobby from Phenalipe, Christina Raducanu, Martina Salinger, Angelina Dimitrie Taikon, as well as coordinators Upro Vulosranta and Fred Taikon.
At the same time, the event was attended by journalists Bajram Sevrdjan, Isein Bajram and Erhan Demir and Swedish representatives from Radio Romano.

The event was moderated by Stefan Kuzhicov. On the first day 06.12.2019 - Friday after the arrival of the guests and participants, were made coordination and defining the topics that will be discussed and the IRU Cabinet meeting held in the afternoon,
On the second day of 07.12.2019 - Saturday, the meeting to start at 09:00 with the registration of guests, is immediately after the topics discussed.

The introductory presentation was made by the Head of the IRU Committees and the Vice President of the IRU - Rosita Gronfors, who gave her opinion on the cooperation between the IRU and the ERTF and the development of the IRU Women's Lobby. He emphasized the role of the women's lobby and the importance of the Roma woman in the activities and actions. From this point of view, the importance of full membership and activity of having a wife in the IRU Roma Chris was emphasized.

From this point of view was also discussed by the IRU President Zoran Dimov and the initiative where needed in the IRU Roma Cris also need to strengthen the women's lobby, more equal participation of a female member in the IRU Roma Cris, a modality that will find a practical implementation a new moment in the development of the women's lobby.
From that point of view, the Roma IRU chief Cris Gregor Julson gave his full support to the initiative.

In the continuation of the discussions, the President of the IRU Zoran Dimov mentioned in his report the activities so far, but also emphasized the moment of the decision to establish the Roma Ombudsman - Contact Point and its successful implementation.
But one of the highlights was the opening of the IRU Office within the UN in Geneva where the Roma Ombudsman will also be located. Now besides Vienna, there is a UN office in Geneva.

Following is Miranda Vuolasranta from ERTF on the tasks and activities of Roma and Travelers and the cooperation that will strengthen the realization of IRU and ERTF. At the same time, he presented the priorities of the EU and its Commission as a unity for all in the period 2020 -2024.
Angelina Dimitar Taikon also addressed the importance of Roma children and their education as well as presenting modulation as to raise the moment to a higher level.

In the direction of women's activities and the importance of that element and a stronger lobby for the Roma woman, Christina Raducanu had her vision. She mentioned that it is necessary to undertake a more concrete plan and to raise this kind of cooperation to a higher level.

Abigal Hocking also had a presentation on the function of Democratic Transition and Electronic Voting before the audience. At the same time, via Skype, Grattan Puxon was also involved. It came to a conclusion, due to the manner of electronic voting and the complex process, to this way of voting it would be best to conduct a longer campaign to educate the electorate on the new method of voting. The IRU Congress for 4 years was highlighted as the optimal period.

One of the last points was the theme of the IRU Congress in 2020.

In conclusion from the discussions, the President of the IRU Zoran Dimov, for various reasons and most of all the financial condition of the IRU to hold the next IRU Congress in Skopje, Republic of Northern Macedonia in the last week of March, Friday the IRU Assembly, and also the IRU meeting and organizing a cultural event to be March 28-30, 2020.

For the time being, the term for holding the IRU Congress remains, and the activity of finding funding for its flawless organization!

The meeting ended on 07.12.2019 at 18:00.

The report was prepared
Ramush Muarem
Gen.Secretar of the IRUl

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRU Opinion: Are Only Standard Roma NGOs Grantees and Donors Imposed on the EU and as Political Makers?

Long, already too long on the map of Roma activism, it is noticeable that for years and decades the same characters have been on the scene of Roma activism internationally. That "group" of the same people have been "catching up" well with the time and are reluctant to leave that pedestal to others.

In fact, using the funds provided by donors and foundations to implement a large number of projects on behalf of the Roma, they themselves have made their own "safe nest" for existence and at the same time through projects to expand their network by virtually releasing metastases on multiple levels.

It goes without saying that they are so called. Roma activists and mammals of "Roma funds" have created their own "Bastion" of personal and close arm funds and sub-organizations so they can channel those funds from their foundations into their own "sub-organizations" themselves and expand their empire even more!

They have made such a strategy that it exists in virtually all segments of life. Both in education and health, housing, employment, culture, sports, etc. They have literally let go of all the parties and now want to impose themselves on the creation of national and international Roma policies.
In the literal sense they are - EVERYWHERE!

The question is, do foreign donors and foundations notice that they actually give the funds to the same people?

Instead of allocating these funds on multiple fronts according to the needs and priorities and at the same time relevant Roma entities, these funds are given to exactly the same Roma NGO Dynasty, which then redistributes them according to their wishes, criteria and needs. But deployed again to them in their "sister" organizations.

Have the EU and other foundations been asked what other ERTF Roma organizations that are part of the Council of Europe serve? Because it serves the IRU which is part of both the United Nations and the ERTF. IREM, ERIO, Phenalipe, NRC, Roma national parties from the countries of origin.

Why not ask these organizations for their expertise and opinion? Are the EU and foundations of the opinion that these organizations lack the capacity, profile of good professionals and analysts?

Or is this "Roma NGO Bastion" not wanting these Roma organizations to come to the surface at any cost? Distributing the funds among themselves, they remain the "most important factor" in the eyes of the EU and foundations. But there is an end to it. One day when the pumpkin will "burst" all faeces from their operation will be exposed. And according to the time and the way the time works.

The time is near for one international - "Goodbye" of that self-proclaimed Roma NGO Dynasty. Well it's time!

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