The Romani Early Years Network Bulgaria (REYN Bulgaria), coordinated by the Trust for Social Achievement Foundation, hosted another REYN Network webinar, with the special participation of Eddie Brummelman, who is an Assistant Professor at one of the most elite universities in Amsterdam, Research Associate at The Jacobs Foundation and a member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences. The topic of the event was: “Children’s Self-Views: A Window to Understanding and Reducing Inequality in Education”.
The third European Public Health Week (EUPHW) will take place from 17th to 21st May 2021. The week will be held under the logo “Joining forces for healthier populations” and will be marked with various events at national and local level in Europe. The initiative of “Trust for Social Achievement” Foundation and the Romani Yearly Years Bulgaria – REYN Bulgaria – Professor Dr. Veselka Duleva and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lalka Rangelova, from the “Food and Nutrition” Department of NCPHA will moderate the lectures “Healthy eating of pregnant and nursing women” and “Role of Vitamin D in maintaining health in conditions of COVID – 19”.
On Tuesday, May 11, a link for registration for the event will be shared, accessible to members of the REYN Bulgaria Network and partners of the Trust for Social Achievement.
The seminar will take place on 21st May 2021, 11:00 h.
Website of the event: https://eupha.org/EUPHW
1. MISSION AND GOALS OF THE NETWORK
The Romani Early Years Network Bulgaria (the REYN Network) was established in January 2018 and is coordinated by “Trust for Social Achievement” Foundation. The REYN Network aims to support professionals working with children from minority communities, in order to increase the scope and quality of the provided services, and in this way unite efforts to advocate for its members. The Network also supports the development of role models from the Roma community.
On 12th of March 2021 Romani Early Years Network Bulgaria – REYN Bulgaria organized an online event on working with children, who do not speak Bulgarian fluently. The participants of the event were representatives of TSA, International Association “EducArt”, “Sauchastie” Association, “Roma Academy for Culture and Education” Association, “Future” Foundation, “NSO” Club, “Znanie” Association, “Concordia Bulgaria” Foundation, CMEDT “Amalipe”, “Arete Youth” Foundation, principals, and representatives of kindergartens.
On 24th February 2021 REYN Bulgaria organized the first regional event of the year, which focused on informing the REYN Network on viral diseases in children and the possibilities for treatment. Dr. Irena Vidinova, who is a healthcare specialist with long-standing experience and practice in the sphere of healthcare, as well as a deputy director of the Regional Healthcare Inspectorate in the city of Vratsa, was the moderator of the event.
On 18th November 2020, REYN organized webinar on the topic “How to develop socio-emotional skills at an early age”.