The Slovak National Roma contact point organised the event. It brings together the project promoters, public institutions and civil society organisations.
The event will feature results in the areas of employment, education, health, housing and non-discrimination.
The data from the 2020 EU Statistics on Income and Living Conditions for Roma communities will provide background to the presented results.
The project findings and lessons learnt should help shape the next generation of programmes.
The event takes place in Horny Smokovec in Slovakia on 28 and 29 March.