IQ Roma servis is one of the winner for the 2014 Civil Society Prize

Three winners for the 2014 Civil Society Prize


President Henri Malosse together with Vice-President Jane Morrice announced the ranking of the 2014 Civil Society Prize winners during the October plenary session of the EESC.

ETP Slovakia received the first prize for their project Building Hope, through which they teach Roma communities in Slovakia how to construct their own houses.

IQ Roma servis from the Czech Republic and Reverend Archimandrite Athinagoras Loukataris from Greece shared the 2nd prize


The Award Ceremony



IQ Roma servis (NGO, independent civic association)

As a pro-Roma non-profit non-governmental civic association, established in 1997, the primary target group are Roma people. In its membership platform as well as within the employee team IQ Roma servis (also as IQRS) promotes multicultural approach and is an Ethnic friendly employer, fulfilling its vision in good practise on a small organisational scale, with the prospect of a wider development in the EU society in future.

Vision of IQ Roma servis: “We want a world where true and friendly relationships between Roma and majority people exist – a world in which Roma naturally hold dignified social roles with respect to their culture and nationality”.

Mission of IQ Roma servis: “To be an intermediary who supports possibilities, opportunities and resolutions of Roma on their way of personal growth and social fulfilment and protects their rights and dignity within the wide society.”


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