What is the Center of Community Research and Action at the University of Sevilla? Who are its members? What do we do?
January 2019 marks the beginning of the ROMOMATTER project comprised of university-community partners from Spain, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and the United Kingdom. The aim of this project is to tackle gender discrimination by empowering Roma girls’ mattering to help them envision their own futures.
This map identifies key determinants that covers and guarantees a well-balanced life satisfaction of immigrant populations. The action map services as a conceptual reference.
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.
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.
We collaboratively work to characterize the migrant population living in Andalusia. Our objective is to identify their needs and improve the services available for all citizenry.
More information at http://www.redesinterculturales.org/
Contextual factors and prejudice at the beginning of the migrant influx: The Moroccan case in Seville, Spain.
Iglesias‐Pascual, R., Paloma, V., & García‐Ramírez, M. (2018). Contextual factors and prejudice at the beginning of the migrant influx: The Moroccan case in Seville, Spain. Population, Space and Place, e2204. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2204.
Sorensen, J., Norredam, M., Suurmond, J., Carter-Pokras, O., Garcia-Ramirez, M., & Krasnik, A. (2019). Need for ensuring cultural competence in medical programmes of European universities. BMC Medical Education, 19(1), 21.
Guide available in Spanish, French, Arabic, Russian and English as result of the collaboration CESPYD-CEAR in the project “Strengthening Resilient Processes among the Refugee Population Settled in Seville” funded by Call for Development Cooperation Activities and Projects 2016/2017.
Paloma, V., Lenzi, M., Furlanis, N., Vieno, A., & García-Ramírez, M. (2018)
Escobar-Ballesta, M., Garcia-Ramirez, M., & De Freitas, C. (in press). Health Policy.
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