* 5 emploees
* Euro 250.000,-
* ESF, Ministry of Education, The City of Vienna
* Exhibition "Romane Thana - Orte der Roma" (Wien Museum 2014), ROMBAS-Romabildungs- und ausbildungsstudie (2013-2014), Symposium "Mehrsprachigkeit in Wien historisch betrachtet" (2013), Zeitschrift STIMME (quarterly), Radio STIMME
* Romano Centro, Verein Romaservice, Wien Museum, Landesmuseum Burgenland, Arbeiterkammer Wien, VHS Wien etc.
Since 1991, Initiative Minderheiten has been advocating for and contributing to creating a society that acknowledges and affords equal treatment and equal rights to minorities in their individual life concepts regardless of their ethnic, social or religious affiliation, sexual orientation or dis/ability. A society can only be considered to have acknowledged minority rights if it facilitates and supports different life concepts in a fair and equal manner. Initiative Minderheiten works towards creating minority alliances.
IM defines a minority as people who experience discrimination based on their ethnic, social or religious affiliation, sexual orientation or dis/ability. Politically, discrimination means excluding certain people from certain rights; socially, it means experiencing prejudices and exclusions. This definition is not based on a group’s number of members, but rather on their lack of power in comparison to that of the hegemonic majority.
Exhibition "Gastarbajteri - 40 Jahre Arbeitsmigration" (Gastarbajteri - 40 Years of Labor Migration, Wien Museum and Hauptbücherei 2004), www.gastarbajteri.at
* with our magazine STIMME
* with our radio programm Radio STIMME
* with our newwsletter
* with facbook