The European Parliament adopted a report on protecting fundamental rights of Roma people in the European Union. The report, which recognises anti-gypsyism as a horizontal issue, demands a range of policies from desegregation measures in public services to monitoring of anti-discrimination programmes.
The ambitious report is a firm condemnation of the current predicament of Roma people in Europe, and a call to action for the Commission and member states.
“Roma have been deprived of their hu...
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