According to the newest Eurobarometer study, 45% of Europeans characterised the efforts of their country to integrate the Roma population as ‘not effective’. In comparison, only 12% say the national integration efforts were ‘very effective’.
Moreover, the majority of European citizens saw these efforts as less effective than efforts to fight discrimination in general (31% of Europeans thought that the efforts to fight discrimination in general were ineffective).&nb...
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