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University of Sevilla commits to becoming a space for Roma health advocacy

16 August, 2017

University of Sevilla’s Vice Rector of Social and Community Service, Ana López Jiménez, committed to signing an agreement to amplify Fakali’s presence within the University, not only as an organization that provides annual extended studies courses and practicum opportunities for students, but as an organization with capacity to influence within the University. This agreement formalizes a Roma health advocacy course within the university which is currently under revision. University of Sevilla has committed to being a structure to fight anti-gypsyism giving FAKALI the opportunity to watchdog this commitment.