On 18-19 November, the ERTF will hold its 2014 Plenary Assembly in the Council of Europe premises in Strasbourg.
This is the first Plenary Assembly under the new Statute, adopted in 2013, which sets out basic changes in the structure and functions of the organisation. The meeting will bring together over 60 Roma representatives of international and national organisations from several Council of Europe member states.
The European Parliament, the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, relevant sectors of the Council of Europe and representatives of the diplomatic missions in Strasbourg are invited to attend the meeting.
The 2014 Plenary Assembly will elect a President and Executive Committee, and define the 2014-2016 work strategy of the ERTF to meet the challenges that the Roma Community is facing across the Council of Europe member states.
You can find the agenda here.