30 March 2021
Joint submission by the European Roma Rights Centre and Rosa Parks Foundation, concerning Hungary to the Human Rights Council, Third Universal Periodic Review Cycle, for consideration at the 39th Session (October-November 2021).
01 March 2021
Written Comments by the European Roma Rights Centre, concerning Albania for Consideration by the Committee on the Rights of the Child at the pre-sessional Working Group of the 89th session (07 June - 11 June 2021)
23 February 2021
Written Comments by the European Roma Rights Centre, concerning Bulgaria for Consideration by the Committee on the Rights of the Child at the pre-sessional Working Group of the 89th session (07 June - 11 June 2021)
02 February 2021
This five-country wide round of research into the situation of Romani children in state care marks the latest in a decade-long series of interventions by the European Roma Rights Centre. The research covers four EU Member States: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, and Slovakia, as well as neighbouring Moldova. This research shows that across the surveyed countries, and despite denials concerning ethnically disaggregated data, the evidence leaves little doubt that a disproportionate number of Romani children still end up in institutionalised state care.
22 January 2021
Written Comments of the European Roma Rights Centre concerning the Czech Republic for consideration by the United Nations Committee Against Torture, at the Pressessional Working Group of the 70th Session (26th April to 21st May 2021).
09 September 2020
In early 2020, most of Europe began implementing social distancing measures in order to limit the spread of the new coronavirus. By the 11th March a global pandemic had been declared by the World Health Organisation and most countries entered into a state of emergency, severely limiting the freedoms and rights of citizens in order to prevent deaths from COVID-19.
Submission to the European Commission Concerning the Application of Directive 2000/43/EC on Racial Equality
21 July 2020
Written Comments by the European Roma Rights Centre to the European Commission concerning the application of Directive 2000/43/EC on Racial Equality.