ROMEA is a Czech non-governmental organization with a long history of working in the area of media literacy particularly in relation to understanding the content related to discrimination, hate, and fake news. By bringing in special knowledge and expertise on researching and analyzing antigypsyism, ROMEA is in charge of designing the methodology and implementation of research and will contribute to the development of dissemination and educational materials.


The International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism, LICRA, based in France, is one of the oldest international non-governmental organizations fighting racism, antisemitism and discrimination. In project Re-ACT, LICRA is overseeing the research activities and production of analytical papers, factsheets and information materials for the projects target audience and public outreach activities.


The research company SYNYO has been acting as a reliable coordinator and partner in several EU-funded projects and has a strong record of experience in empirical research, requirements analysis and dissemination as well as in developing highly intuitive knowledge, information and collaboration platforms. The core activity of SYNYO in Re-ACT will be the development and design of the prevention-hub.

Additional cooperation partners

Additional partnerships with the European Union of Jewish Students, EUJS, and the European Roma Grassroots Organisations Network, ERGO, to allow for even more input to the needs analysis and exchange on a European level and an audience-targeted dissemination of the projects findings and results. As one of the leading providers of diversity education and training in Europe, the third cooperation partner CEJI – a Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, will play a pivotal role in sharing its knowledge and expertise for developing suitable materials. In the course of the project, more strategic partnerships will be sought to ensure a vibrant use and exchange of educational materials and knowledge via the prevention-hub.


Founded on the philosophy of active citizenship, shared responsibility and grassroots empowerment, the European Roma Grassroots Organisations Network, ERGO, aims to convince policy makers that positive change for Roma is possible when antigypsyism is recognized and tackled as the root cause for inequality and when Roma can take part in civic life as equal stakeholders. All its members are from Europe, including Turkey and Ukraine.


The European Union of Jewish Students, EUJS, is a pluralistic, inclusive and non-partisan umbrella organisation with currently 36 national unions of Jewish students. It supports Jewish student unions throughout Europe and represents its members in international institutions and organisations. Its mission is to strengthen Jewish communities and European society through Jewish student activism and advocacy.


As an international non-profit organisation established in 1991, CEJI – a Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe stands with individuals and organisations of all religions, cultures and backgrounds to promote a diverse and inclusive Europe. CEJI works to combat prejudice and discrimination and to promote social cohesion through training, education, dialogue and advocacy. CEJI coordinates the Facing Facts project series and runs the Facing Facts Online e-learning platform with free courses on hate speech, hate crime and bias indicators. As a long-time member of INACH, CEJI is playing a vital role in the advancement of the network.