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2014 - European Roma Rights Center
The migration of Roma from Southeast Europe into European Union (EU) Member States or of Roma making use of freedom of movement within the EU easily makes headlines all over Europe. Their actual situation, the reasons for their migration and the (...
2013 - Roma Education Fund
Young Roma often face serious challenges to receiving an education, one of the most important being segregated schooling. This paper offers an extensive analysis of the problems affecting Roma students' ability to get a full, quality education in...
2013 - European Union
This guide has been the product of the transnational project “Roma Families Get Involved: transnational methodology for working with Roma families towards their children´s success in education”. The involvement of the family in the education of...
2013 - Roma Education Fund
Since the 1980s, the distribution of Roma and non-Roma in schools across Hungary has become significantly more uneven. This paper analyses this educational segregation, with a particular focus on the effects of school choice and local educational...
2013 - The Tavistock Institute, West London Alliance
The Tavistock Institute was commissioned to write a report on barriers faced by the Roma community in Bulgaria on their way to integration. The paper reviews four examples of good practices in social inclusion through employment by analyzing...
2013 - UN
The report presents new data on the situation of Roma in communities mainly inhabited by Roma population, in areas such as education, health, migration, employment and living conditions. The report was prepared under the UN Joint Programme "...
2012 - European Roma Rights Center

Taken From the City - Cover Page

The European Roma Rights Centre has published a study detailing the forced eviction of dozens of Romanian Roma to the outskirts of a rubbish dump. The study details the events leading to the eviction and how the families coped with the ordeal. The...
2012 - CARE International North-West Balkans
The national Roma integration strategies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro have been gender-blind and failed to acknowledge the extra challenges faced by Roma girls and women, who are further marginalised even within their own...
2012 - The Center for Urban and Regional Sociology, The Roma Center for Social Intervention and Studies and The Roma Education Fund
This paper originally sought to establish whether and to what extent rates of teacher absenteeism affected the school attendance and performance of Romani pupils in Romania, but found little relation between the two. However, using a combination of...
2012 - The World Bank
CLOSING THE EARLY LEARNING GAP FOR ROMA CHILDREN IN EASTERN EUROPE

TOWARD AN EQUAL START - cover page

Early childhood development programs are extremely important for children, especially those from a disadvantaged background. This report, prepared by the World Bank examines the barriers in early education experienced by Roma children between the...

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