Defending Roma health rights: Roma Advocacy for Health

Project funded by the Open Society Foundations. Its goal is to promote advocacy processes within and between multiple levels and different key stakeholders from the community to ensure the implementation of the health strand of the National Roma Integration Strategies in at-risk contexts in Sevilla, Spain.

Promoting health policies, systems and competences for diverse populations

The purpose of the Task Force Migrant, Equity and Diversity (TF MED) is to support member organisations in developing policies, systems and competences for the provision and delivery of accessible health care to patients from diverse populations. This task force is promoted by the International Network Health Promoting Hospitals & Health Services.


Moving towards Community Cultural Competence

Reference: Garrido, R., Garcia-Ramirez, M., & Balcazar, F. E. (2019). Moving towards Community Cultural Competence. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 73, 89-101. Abstract: Addressing the complex needs of migrants and ethnic minorities is a challenge for host communities, where the cultural competence of service providers is an important asset for combating...

31 October, 2019 - publicaciones

Researchers from Turkey visit CESPYD

Researchers at the Izmir Katip Çelebi University in Turkey, visited CESPYD from 10th to 20th September 2019. The visit was possible thanks to an Erasmus+ Mobility Agreement, Staff Mobility for Training.

12 October, 2019 - noticias

La participación socio-política de las mujeres negras africanas en Sevilla (España)

Este artículo explora, mediante la técnica Fotovoz (photovoice), la participación socio-política de mujeres negras africanas en el sur de España. Los resultados muestran las formas y espacios de dicha participación, sus facilitadores y limitaciones. Asimismo, indican que las metodologías participativas de investigación-acción comunitaria generan espacios inclusivos.

3 October, 2019 - publicaciones


Diversity and Equity in Ibero-American Universities: Characterization of Good Practices and Identification of Needs from the standpoint of Psychology

Since the suppression of homosexuality as a mental illness by the American Psychological Association in the 70-80s of the last century, there have been many advances in the recognition of LGTBIQ+ people rights around the world. The lack of guarantee of sexual rights entails the violation of human rights, but its presence does not guarantee real equity. Therefore, it is necessary not only to consider the socio-historical context and formal declarations/documents in relation to the protection of minority groups but also, the specific practices being developed in communities and public spaces/organizations.