No place in school for Roma children in France?

Paris, Budapest 28 July 2014: According to research conducted by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) in the beginning of 2014, children of many Roma in France have restricted access to primary education.  More than half of those surveyed are out of school. The ERRC calls on French authorities to provide the children of Roma EU citizens with acc ...

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Portugal Continues Violating Housing Rights of Roma

Budapest, Lisbon, 18 July 2014: The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) today sent a letter to the Portuguese authorities to express its concern regarding the forced eviction of fifteen Romani families in Vidigueira, and the demolition of their homes and belongings.

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Romanian Roma Victimised by New Evictions

Budapest, Bucharest, 17 July, 2014: The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) and Romani Criss are deeply concerned about yesterday’s forced eviction in Eforie, Constanţa County, Romania.

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Highest Court in Macedonia Upholds Freedom of Movement for all Macedonians, Including Roma

Budapest, Skopje, 15 July 2014: The Constitutional Court of Macedonia recently declared some sections of the controversial Law on Travel Documents unconstitutional. The Court’s 25 June 2014 ruling was made public yesterday. According to the Court, which is the highest judicial body in Macedonia, articles of the Law which allowed the authorities to im ...

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ERRC submission to UN HRC on Macedonia (July 2014)

25 July 2014

Written Comments of the European Roma Rights Centre concerning Macedonia to the UN Human Rights Committee for consideration at its 112th session (7-31 October 2014).

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ERRC submission to the European Commission on Macedonia (May 2014)

26 May 2014

Written comments by the ERRC concerning Macedonia's EU accession progress for consideration by the European Commission during its 2014 review.

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Training Course for Roma and Sinti Activists in Rome, Italy

26 May 2014

Registration is now open to attend the training course for Roma and Sinti activists sponsored by Associazione 21 Luglio and the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC). The course will be held in Rome from September to December 2014. Participation is free and the most deserving partcipants will be granted the opportunity of a 3 months paid internship at Associazione 21 Luglio. The training course's language is Italian and only travel costs within Italy will be rembursed.

The deadline for submitting applications is 31 August 2014

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