Search results for theme: "Disaggregated data and access to information",

Research & Advocacy: ERRC submission to UN CESCR on Romania (March 2014)
28 March 2014

Research & Advocacy: ERRC submission to UN HRC on Romania (January 2014)
22 January 2014

Research & Advocacy: Hidden Health Crisis: Health Inequalities and Disaggregated Data
22 November 2013

News & Events: ERRC Calls on States to Collect and Publish Data to Address Roma Health Gap
22 November 2013

Research & Advocacy: Criza ascunsă din sănătate: Un Raport al Centrului European pentru Drepturile Romilor
22 November 2013

Research & Advocacy: Roma Rights 2, 2009: Multiple Discrimination
27 April 2010

News & Events: ERRC Highlights Roma Rights Concerns in Russia
5 June 2008

Research & Advocacy: ERRC submission to UN CAT on Macedonia (May 2008)
13 May 2008

News & Events: Discrimination against Roma punished by the Court
19 July 2007

News & Events: European Court of Human Rights Declares Macedonia Roma Rights Case Admissible
11 May 2006

News & Events: Hungarian Appellate Court Upholds Release of Wrongly Convicted Roma
3 May 2006

News & Events: Strasbourg Court Finds that Czech Government Violated Right to Fair Trial
1 March 2006

News & Events: Bulgarian Court Finds the National Prosecutor's Office Discriminated Against Roma
3 February 2006

News & Events: Hungarian Court Acquits Two Romani Men after 2100 Days in Prison
1 August 2005

Research & Advocacy: Tara Bedard - Stepping
15 December 2004

Research & Advocacy: News Roundup: Snapshots from Around Europe
30 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Roma Rights 2, 2004: Ethnic Statistics
29 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Chronicle
29 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: “Stigmata: Segreguime Edukacia e Rromengi ande Centralo thaj Easto Europa”
29 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: The Culture of Giving and Roma Charity
29 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Void at the Centre: (The Lack of) European Union Guidance on Ethnic Data
26 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Ethnic Monitoring, Gypsies and Travellers
26 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: The Monkey That Does Not See
23 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Legitimacy, Statistics and Research Methodology - Who Is Romani in Hungary Today and What Are We (Not) Allowed to Know About Roma
22 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: The United Nations Development Programme's Vulnerability Projects: Roma and Ethnic Data
22 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Ethnic Statistics
21 July 2004

Research & Advocacy: Stigmata: Segregated Schooling of Roma in Central and Eastern Europe
2 May 2004

Research & Advocacy: Controversial Segregated Private School Approved after Election of Non-Romani Minority Representatives in Hungary
10 May 2003

Research & Advocacy: Roma Rights 3-4, 2002: Segregation and Desegregation
7 November 2002

Research & Advocacy: In the Dark: Segregating Roma in Lithuania
7 November 2002

Research & Advocacy: Minorities and media freedom under international law
7 December 1999

ERRC submission to the European Commission on Roma Inclusion in enlargement countries (May 2017)

25 May 2017

Written comments by the ERRC to the European Commission on enlargement component of the EU Roma Framework.


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Roma Rights 1 2017: Roma and Conflict: Understanding the Impact of War and Political Violence

16 May 2017

The impact of conflict on minority populations merits special attention, especially if those minorities have long been marginalized, viewed by the warring parties with a mixture of ambivalence and contempt, and deemed to be communities of little consequence in the peace-building processes that follow the conclusion of hostilities. This issue of Roma Rights Journal takes a look at the fate of Roma during and after conflicts.

Sometimes Roma have been the direct targets of murderous aggression or subject to reprisals. Then there have been the many times where individual Roma actively took a side, but too often the roles played by Roma, Travellers and other minorities were elided from the dominant national narratives that followed.

In many conflicts, caught between warring groups with no foreign power or military alliance to champion their claims, Roma found themselves displaced, despised and declaimed as bogus refugees, nomads and “mere” economic migrants in the aftermath.

As long as Europe’s largest ethnic minority is written out and rendered invisible in the histories of Europe’s wars and conflicts; and excluded from the politics of reconstruction and peace-making, the continent’s self-understanding will remain fatally flawed.

Editors: Marek Szilvasi, Kieran O’Reilly, Bernard Rorke

Roma Rights 1 2017 (PDF)

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Macron Election Call Out

5 May 2017

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