Macedonia Must Stop Playing with Roma Passports

Budapest, Skopje, 26 March 2015: The ERRC has written today to the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Macedonia to demand that they investigate allegations that politicians are coercing Roma to vote for their party...

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Violent, Unfair, Unlawful and Shameful: France Evicted Close to 3 Romani Settlements per Week in 2014

Budapest, Paris, 3 February 2015: Throughout 2014, France continued evicting Roma.  Those affected are EU citizens who have made use of their ...

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Joint Press Release on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Budapest, 27 January 2015: On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, civil society organisations working on anti-racism and anti-discrimination issues1 are joining forces to raise awareness about this dark period of history and commemorate the victims of the genocide perpetrated by the Nazi regime agai ...

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Segregation: A Presidential Policy in Prague?

School segregation does not lead to equality or happiness; promoting it is divisive. It damages the educational prospects of children and contradicts the letter and spirit of binding domestic and international laws.

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ERRC submission to UN CERD on France (April 2015)

9 April 2015

Written Comments by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) Concerning France to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, for consideration at the 86th session (27 April to 15 May 2015).

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ERRC Seeks Country Facilitator for France

2 April 2015

Application deadline: 16:00 CET on 24 April 2015.

 

The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) invites applications for a Country Facilitator to be based in France.  

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ERRC submission to UN CAT on Macedonia (April 2015)

10 April 2015

Written Comments of the European Roma Rights Centre concerning Macedonia for consideration by the United Nations Committee Against Torture at its 54th Session (20 April - 15 May 2015).

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