The Agency lectured on the ‘Structure-Process-Outcome’ monitoring framework and how it can apply for monitoring the EU Roma inclusion policies framework during a workshop from 23 to 25 April in Budapest.
FRA also presented the key features of the sample survey methodology and importance of the NGOs involvement in surveys on Roma and Travellers. The workshop is aimed at NGOs involved in the EU-wide Roma Civil Monitoring Project that is being funded by the EU.
The project is being led by the Central European University in Budapest in cooperation with the NGOs and NGO coalitions across the EU. It aims at building capacities of the Roma civil society and strengthening its involvement in the monitoring of national Roma integration strategies.